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View of No 6 Glasshouse

Image: Photo taken during the 1945-1946 demolition of part of the south side of the works. This is a foreshortening of number 24 (photo 31) with extra demolition shown. Note the coal feeding hopper of a gas producer (8 feet inside diameter) which fed raw gas to number 5 furnace.

Image from: Chance Brothers Glassworks, Smethwick Slides. Broadfield House Glass Museum, Kingswinford, Dudley (Slide and Transcript no 34 by Arthur Reeves).



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2034-0The Smethwick Glass Works of Chance Brothers, West Midlands 4005-0Optical Department: Two Pot Furnace 4006-0Optical Department: Pot being set into a Furnace 4007-0Optical Department: Open Pots after Cooling 4008-0Works Fire Engine 4009-0Glory Hole (1852-54) for Crown Window Glass Production 4021-0Rectangular Chimney built for Glory Hole 4010-0Rectangular Chimney for Glory Hole and Circular Chimney 4011-0Globe Department: the Glass Blower 4012-0Globe Department: Welding a Cathode Ray Tube 4013-0Globe Department: Testing Radar or Cathode Ray Tubes 4014-0Stonemason’s Shop: Dressing a Rolled-plate Machine Sill 4015-0Stonemason’s Shop: Mason’s Shaping Refractories by Hand 4016-0Demolition of House Cone No 10 4017-0Demolition of House Cone No 10 4018-0Demolition of Glasshouses No 3, 8 and 12 4019-0Demolition of Glasshouses No 3, 8 and 12 4020-0The Last Cone No 12 built at Chance Brothers, Smethwick 4018-0Demolition of Glasshouses No 3, 8 and 12 4023-0Demolition of No 12 Glasshouse 4024-0Demolition of No 12 Glasshouse 4025-0Demolition of No 10 Glasshouse 4026-0Demolition of No 10 Glasshouse 4027-0Buildings Containing Furnaces 4028-0Back of No 6 Glasshouse 4029-0Warehouses and Globe Department 4030-0Buildings before Demolition 4037-0View of No 6 Glasshouse 4031-0View of Coal-feeding Hopper 4032-0Various Buildings at Chances Glassworks 4033-0Truncated Cone belonging to 1834 Pot Furnace