Bottle kilns, Corbridge


Walker's Pottery on Milkwell Lane in Corbridge operated from the early 19th century until 1910. The pottery produced pipes, tiles and low-grade pottery for agricultural use, as well as bricks.[1, 2] As there are few remaining examples of a Tyne Valley rural pottery both bottle kilns are Grade II* listed buildings. They are also Scheduled Ancient Monuments.

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Bottle Kilns Corbridge 03

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Bottle kiln no.1

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Old pottery on Milkwell Lane

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The inside of bottle kiln no.2

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Bottle kiln no.2

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Corbridge old pottery kilns

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Bottle kilns and chimney

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WALKERS POTTERY: EAST BOTTLE KILN
- "Bottle kiln, early C19. Brick in English garden wall bond 3 and 1. Openings with wood lintels under segmental relieving arches to south and south-west; later buttresses of engineering brick ...

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WALKERS POTTERY WEST BOTTLE KILN - List Entry
- "Bottle kiln, early C19. Brick in English garden wall bond 3 and 1. Kiln c. 15 metres high, with opening in raised panel to south west, with timber lintel under ...

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Bottle Kilns, Corbridge, Northumberland
- "After 41 years of hard work under the Trust's management, the bottle kilns – or hovels to give them their proper name – were officially removed from Historic England's Heritage ...

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