Geben Sie Ihre E-Mail-Adresse oder Handynummer ein und Sie erhalten einen direkten Link, um die kostenlose Reader-App herunterzuladen. Single apartment, 13 ft by 10 ft, also bed-recesses; height of ceiling, 9 ft. For two-apartment houses the rental is 2/3 to 2/9 per week, and where sculleries, sinks, and water-closets are provided, the rental is 3/3 per week, inclusive of local and county rates. The 1871 census revealed oil workers living at: Poynter's Row was probably demolished c.1932 (West Lothian Courier 22-01-1932). It is expected that the bench will soon be in operation.

Broxburn rows demolished c. 1965? New Life Christian Fellowship Broxburn in Strathbrock Community Centre. Houses were built either side of the existing Greendykes Road, along with three parallel rows to the west creating Back Street, Mid Street and West Street. The Broxburn Oil Company Ltd's crude oil works were constructed on the site of Bell's Albyn Oil Works where oil had been produced from c.1865. The manager of the works reports that, notwithstanding the alarming nature of the outbreak, the damage is only about £50.

The hamlet that grew up around her residence was then called Eastertoun (eastern town) after the land on which it stood. Der Artikel wurde dem Warenkorb hinzugefügt. WOMEN WORKERS IN OIL INDUSTRY - EXPERIMENT AT BROXBURN - At Broxburn Oil Works yesterday female labour was introduced for the first time. Who was involved? There was a problem loading your book clubs. Who was involved? It would be impossible, in his opinion, to find a tenant for the subjects. It also analyzes reviews to verify trustworthiness. The Court decided to put a valuation of £300 on the Refinery and the Albyn Works, and £ 1400 on the candle works. Die Ex Libris-Reader-App ist für iOS und Android erhältlich. Broxburn (Scottish Gaelic: Srath Bhroc) is a town in West Lothian, Scotland located 12 miles (19 km) west of Edinburgh on the A8 road, 5 miles (8.0 km) from Edinburgh Airport and 4.8 miles (7.7 km) to the north of Livingston. The oil in the other adjacent tanks was then run off, and a plentiful supply of water, and sand applied to the centre of the outbreak, with the result that by six o'clock all further danger was averted. The West Lothian Courier, 11th October 1907. Something went wrong. It was destroyed again in 1455 during fighting between the Douglases and King James II. Another demonstration event at motorcycle club event in 1929 ended after both riders crashed. All these enterprises were linked to Robert Bell, who ultimately became chairman of the Broxburn Oil Company on its formation in 1877. The reason that dismantling and demolition work had not been carried out at Albyn Works and Broxburn Refinery had entirely been due to the fact that the market for scrap materials, even those such as scrap metals, was glutted with supplies at the present time, and demolition could only be carried oil if the results were such as would pay the costs of doing the work. General description of the Broxburn Works, Refinery: 55.938243, -3.474418, Retorts: 55.942615, -3.462655, Constructed from 1878 incorporating sites of earlier oilworks, Crude oilworks demolished c.1937, refinery demolished.c.1957, site cleared c.1962, Industrial units and waste ground. Broxburn Shale: The Rise and Fall of an Industry [Peter Caldwell] on Amazon.com. The Broxburn Oil Company own or lease over 600 houses in and around Broxburn district. The dimensions of these houses vary considerably, the following is an example:- Room, 11 ft by 10 ft, also bed-recess ; kitchen, 13 ft by 10 ft, also two bed-recesses. [5] The village was earlier known as Easter Strathbrock (Uphall was Wester Strathbrock).[6]. The pathways are made of ashes for the most part." After the conflict, peace was regained and the town was gradually resettled. The Bings were created by large piles of spoil from the shale mines being dumped on top of each over to form the Bings. Accredited Museum No.1151, holding a collection of National significance to Scotland. There were so many questions.