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Latitude: 50.8857 / 50°53'8"N
Longitude: -1.2905 / 1°17'25"W
OS Eastings: 450004
OS Northings: 109819
OS Grid: SU500098
Mapcode National: GBR 886.JJG
Mapcode Global: FRA 865R.R1M
Entry Name: Brick Kiln, Chimney, Drying Sheds, Boiler and Engine House at Bursledon Brickworks South Section
Listing Date: 30 January 1981
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1233725
English Heritage Legacy ID: 409295
Location: Fareham, Hampshire, SO31
Electoral Ward/Division: Sarisbury
Built-Up Area: Locks Heath/Warsash/Whiteley
Traditional County: Hampshire
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Hampshire
Church of England Parish: Sarisbury St Paul
Church of England Diocese: Portsmouth
COAL PARK LANE
5231 Brick Kiln, Chimney,
Drying Sheds, Boiler and
SU 4909 16 817/500 Engine House at Bursledon
II* Brickworks South Section l3+ickl+odie South Section
1897 (Dated on chimney). All the buildings are of red brick with corrugated sheet roofs,
Brick Kiln A Staffordshire type transverse arched continuous kiln with ten chambers.
The asbestos sheet roof on steel supports is a later addition.
Chimney Dated 1897. Strengthened with metal bands.
Drying Sheds Two storey brick drying sheds with slatted wooden floors supported on
cast-iron columns marked Lankester, Founder, Southampton. Roofs supported on wooden
trusses of wide span.
Boiler and Engine House Two steam boilers, one dating from 1897 now converted to an oil
tank and a more modern oil burning one. A steam engine for working the brick making
machinery is situated adjacent to the boilers. It is a horizontal engine by John Wood
of Wigan circa 1885 with modifications by Tangye of Birmingham circa 1907. The brick
production machinery comprises a vertical pugmill with brick extrusion and wirecutting
facility. It was made by Bennett and Sayer of Derby in circa 1890 and installed 1897.
A second mill was removed circa 1930. there are also various hoppers and an electric
History This appears to be the last steam driven brickworks remaining in England. The
kiln appears to be the oldest remaining example of a Staffordshire type continuous kiln.
Listing NGR: SU5002009836
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