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brickworks

a possible source of fluorine emitted in smoke and a health hazard for animals grazing local pastures.
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Why not come and join us at Brickworks to celebrate the circus?
Carlton is a regional brick manufacturer, operating from a 93-acre site brickwork based in Barnsley, Yorkshire.
Drew Lambert, co-owner of Quantum Brickworks, said: "We were over the moon when Kieran's name was called, he thoroughly deserved it.
Opened in the mid 19th century, the brickworks made refractory bricks for use in the steel industry, which were exported by sea from the works' own harbour.
The event, presented by Fizzi Productions and supported by property company Portabella, will take place between October 22 and November 6 at Brickworks, in Trade Street, Cardiff city centre.
When I was young I was forever going to the brickworks and it was the tramps not just the police who made use of the kilns on the cold nights.
Just two of the local brickworks in this district were Smart Brickworks - run by James Smart from 1871 - and the last to come into operation, California Brickworks.
Burradon Juniors |Under-15s (above) pictured in their strips sponsored by RG Brickworks Limited.
The art world however proved to be a bridge too far for the Crossleys and in1885 they finally lost the battle against rising production costs and closed down the brickworks and Alfred left to live in America.
While outside of the borough, the proximity to Ainley Top and new houses at Lindley Moor is a factor as the brickworks site is just off the M62 Junction 24 sliproad.
Global Banking News-October 24, 2013--Yes Bank enters into deal with Brickwork Ratings(C)2013 ENPublishing - http://www.
CSR and Brickworks say brick's share of the New Zealand cladding market "is expected to face further challenges from alternative cladding, especially fibre cement".