Barton upon Humber, Blyth's tile yard
Interior of a hack at Blyth's brick and tile yard, Barton on Humber.
Pantiles were the principal product of the yards on the Humber bank, especially in the twentieth century.
Blyth's yard had three kilns, latterly of the down-draught, intermittent type.
The yard at one time had its own jetty for exporting finished tiles (as far as London) and importing coal from south Yorkshire for firing the kilns.
Ken Redmore, 2007
Barton Upon Humber, tiles, pantiles,