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Description: Chimney Stack of the Former Clayton Fireclay Works Approximately 56 Yards South West of the Towers
Date Listed: 9 August 1983
English Heritage Building ID: 336187
OS Grid Reference: SE1076331258
OS Grid Coordinates: 410763, 431258
Latitude/Longitude: 53.7775, -1.8381
5111 BROW LANE
Clayton/Yews Green HD14
Chimney stack of the former
Clayton Fireclay Works
approximately 56 yds south-west
of The Towers
SE 1031 48/313
Circa 1890 tall, tapering, square section chimney for the fireclay works and the
only surviving part of the complex. The chimney was built by Julius Whitehead's
son. Dark red bricks with 3 deep bands of enamelled bricks with white and green
brick diamond pattern panels, the uppermost band decorated on each face with an
urn pattern. White and blue block frieze below cornice capping.
Listing NGR: SE1076331258
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Source: English Heritage
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