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Short Guide: Traditional Scottish Brickwork, published, on 1 March 2014 by Historic Environment Scotland, defines common bricks as: ‘Bricks used where strength or appearance is not of the utmost importance. Can have a variegated colouring and texture, often used in Scotland for hidden elevations of buildings and referred to as “colliery” or “composition” bricks.’
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