By Steve JonesPublished November 02, 2018 11:45:05It was a very different kind of brick factory back in the early 1900s.
The workers were farmers and they were mostly men, but they were also a very diverse group.
One of the men was a young boy, he was born in 1872.
His mother was an actress and he grew up to become a doctor.
When the brick factory shut down in 1909, it had only about 10 workers.
It was just a few months before the Victorian factory in Melbourne was the country’s biggest and the only one left in the world.
A little-known fact about the brick industry was that the factory that had been built on the site of the former brick factory was demolished in 1911 to make way for the modern brick factory.
Now, thanks to a series of conservation efforts, that brick factory is being restored and restored to its former glory.
It’s a project called the Victorians.
It started in 2005 and the team is still working on getting the Victorian brick factory up and running.
I was a part of it and I’m going to keep working on it.
It’s a fantastic project.
The Victorians is the first conservation project in the country to look at the history of the Victorian building industry.
It began with an archaeological dig in the 1970s and the first excavation at the site is scheduled to begin next year.
I’m delighted that they’re doing that.
It makes me think about all the history that we’ve had.
It gives me a sense of what the Victorian builders were like and what they built.
They had a sense that they were building a beautiful building and the bricks are very important in that.
The bricks are a symbol for the Victorias past and we are doing the right thing and trying to preserve that heritage.
What the Victorian bricks doThe Victorias bricks were first used for the construction of the Sydney Harbour Bridge in 1881 and the Victorian City Hall in 1883.
By the time of the Great Fire of 1889, the bricks were in such demand that the state government ordered them to be taken off the market.
The Victoria government took the bricks to New South Wales, but after the fire, they were sent back to Victoria to be destroyed.
The State Government was concerned that the bricks would be lost and they had to do something about it.
The Victorian Government commissioned a team of archaeologists from the University of Western Australia to excavate the bricks in the 1870s and 1884.
They did that by going to the old brick factory in the Victorian town of Hoddle Street in Melbourne.
The team found a lot of evidence from the factory.
They also dug out lots of stone, clay and even some wood from the walls.
The archaeologist used those to build the Victorian city hall and the brick factories history.
In fact, there are plans to excavated the bricks from the Victorian buildings and bring them back to Australia to be preserved for future generations.
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The city hall, the brick production and the building of the city hall were all the work of brick and mortar workers, but the building itself was the work for which the workers had the most pride.
The brick factories first brick factoryIn 1882, the Victorian State Government decided to restore and rebuild the Victorian Building Company brick factory at Hoddel Street in Victoria.
This was a monumental project.
It involved the demolition of a large building that had stood for over 100 years and it involved a team that included the famous brick factory archaeologists from Western Australia.
The plan was to restore the brick buildings walls and the roof to its original appearance and then rebuild them.
I think it’s fantastic.
They’ve got a lot to do and they’ve got all the bricks, but it’s just so much more important than the brick.
The building of Hogg StreetThe building itself took three years to build and was completed in 1885.
It featured a large, central courtyard that housed the factory, an enormous bell tower and a large garden with terraced fields.
It had an enormous, high ceiling that was a perfect height to provide ventilation to the factory workers.
The factory was an excellent building, the work being done in the brick was done on an industrial scale, and the factory was a significant part of the local economy.
It wasn’t only the workers in the factory who loved it.
The surrounding area was very much part of Victorian life.
The work was done by hand and the workers were very much appreciated for their labour.
There was a lot more than brick and mortars.
The factory was the largest brick factory anywhere in Australia and it was the site where many of the famous Victorian houses were built.
The buildings were built for the local community, so the workers loved their job and they appreciated the work that was done.The