Building News (15/Nov/1867) - Our Office Table: Tallest Chimney

Our Office Table.

It was stated lately by a contemporary that a chimney recently erected at Bradford was the highest in England. A correspondent writes to say that a chimney erected by him in 1857, at Messrs. Brookes' fire-clay works, Huddersfield, is 6ft. higher from the ground line than that at Bradford, and in other respects considerably larger. He believes this to be the largest and highest chimney in England. Its total height from the ground line is 102 yards.

Building News (15/Nov/1867) - Our Office Table: Tallest Chimney

Categories

Articles from 1867 | Articles from the 1860s | Journal articles
This page was last modified on 10 July 2016 and has been edited by Dave Pattern.

Search Huddersfield Exposed