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Alexander Brunton and Son

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of North Queensferry, Scotland; Quarry, Saline, Fife, and Carmore Quarry, Glenfarg, and Southerton Quarry, Kirkcaldy, Scotland.


Established in 1828 by Alexander Brunton.

Continued by Alexandor and Adam Brunton.

1914 Present Principal: Alexander Brunton. Premises: Four Quarries, occupying thirty acres. Staff: 120. Business: Manufacture of Nidged Sets and Tar Macadam for Noiseless and Dustless Roads, Kerbs, Sets, Channels and Macadam.

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