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Fireclay Mine Hutch, 1900s
Used by miners at P & M Hurll’s Brickwork’s, Gartliston to transport the fireclay direct to the brickworks which were on the same site. The pit was sunk in 1888 and was very deep; 200 feet (61 metres) to be exact. Hurll's also owned Garnqueen Fireclay Works near Glenboig and the Manuel Works, Linlithgow.
Summerlee Museum: Exhibition Hall
1900s · used at · Gartliston Fireclay Works · Gartliston, near Glenboig
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