Description: 3 Kilns and 2 Chimney Stacks at Former Gislehan Brick and Pipeworks
Date Listed: 19 November 1991
English Heritage Building ID: 282074
OS Grid Reference: TM5250588314
OS Grid Coordinates: 652505, 288314
Latitude/Longitude: 52.4344, 1.7133
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3 kilns and 2 chimney stacks
3/10001 at former Gisleham Brick and
3 pipe and brick kilns and their 2 chimney stacks. Circa 1934. English bond
brick walls and header bond brick domes without mortar, the drum walls and
necks held together by steel bands with spring-headed bolts for tightening.
Circular on plan. The drum walls have round arch doorways on the west sides
and 2 tiers of round arch draught vents. The two chimney stacks, also
English bond brick with steel bands, square on plan and of 2 stages. Opened
in 1934, the Gisleham Brick and Pipeworks, owned by Mr Easey, produced
about 50,000 drainage pipes per week.
Source: Lowestoft Record Office.
Listing NGR: TM5250588314
Source: English Heritage
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