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a place where bricks are made and sold

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They are an honest team and a decent club and people everywhere have warmed to their manager, Danny Wilson, a player who worked in a brick yard before getting his own break in the old First Division and then as manager.
When they fled westward on a winter's night in America's largest exodus, they left behind a city with three newspapers, factories, a university, a brick yard, potteries, and a 158-foot-high temple.
Outside there is a walled foregarden and a fenced blue brick yard, while the lawned rear garden backs on to the Miners Welfare Park.
In the sunny concrete and brick yard she has created a personal market garden to grow all the things she likes to eat.
FAMILY homes for less than pounds 100,000 are proving popular at Carronvale Home's West Lothian development, The Brick Yard in Armadale.
A COMBINATION of quality houses and competitive prices is making The Brick Yard in Armadale a sales winner.
Outside features include the enclosed rose garden, blue brick yard, gravelled beds, fuel store and cellarage plus the garaging, stable and tack room within the barn.
CARRONVALE Homes have launched their detached showhomes at The Brick Yard in Armadale.
Dotted around were numerous ale houses which saw to the needs of miners and farm hands, weavers and ironworkers, paupers, servants and brick yard labourers.
The West Yorkshire band dates back to 1884, when it was made up of workers from the local lime kilns, quarries and brick yards. One of the first engagements was at Queen Victoria's Jubilee celebrations.
It prospered through the carrying of coal to the gas holders and of bricks from the clay pits and brick yards around Garrison Lane.
But by the Second World War, most of the mines had shut down and the brick yards had closed.