World famous Leeds Brick collectors club

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Leodian
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Re: World famous Leeds Brick collectors club

Postby Leodian » Mon 15 Oct, 2018 5:49 pm

The Parksider wrote:
Leodian wrote: Leeds Bricks


http://www.brocross.com/Bricks/Penmorfa ... gland8.htm

Go to the fifth brick pictured on this link, if you can't link in directly google Penmorfa Bricks website and open English bricks starting with "F" (For Farnley)

Fifth brick down I would kill to own. How it ended up where it did i dunno....


Thanks The Parksider :). I've just had a look at that link and in particular the glazed Farnley brick recovered from Carnforth Station is fascinating.
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Flapper
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Re: World famous Leeds Brick collectors club

Postby Flapper » Tue 16 Oct, 2018 12:36 am

I was doing a DIY project recently and got my hands on some old bricks one of which was this Whitakers. I'll have to see if I can spot any others.

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Croggygirl
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Re: World famous Leeds Brick collectors club

Postby Croggygirl » Fri 26 Oct, 2018 4:30 pm

Does anyone know where I could get a Jabez Woolley brick in good condition?

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