ORIGINAL POST BY FREDDIE.
"In residential use until 1907, No 67 was then occupied by Mrs E Spaull & Co, clay pipe manufacturers. By the 1940s the business described itself as “E Spaull & Co Ltd Wholesale glass & earthenware merchants & sundriesmen. Est 1854”. A photograph shows frontage railings removed, and a plain late Victorian door case and Victorian sash windows on the ground floor. Within living memory, employees lived in the attic rooms"
This isn't the factory, but a residential address close by. What caught my eye was that Spaulls was original a clay pipe manufacturers.