Tile factory, Brickyard Bo, then Vittorio, French Heritage monument to Sanxay
Accommodation in rubble plaster 1 square floor covered with a roof long wrench
* building of garage into rubble and brick covered with a roof long wrench to hilltops
* old Hall Sanxay on wooden poles covered with a roof long wrench to hilltops
* Workshop of brick manufacturing hollow metal beams covered with a roof cement asbestos roof built in the middle of the 19th century to Alfred Bonnin, then bought in 1920 by Martial Victot in Jean Bosselut. The Sanxay Hall was assembled shortly after as dryer. Marcel Victot resumes case to 1945, and a building on rue used garage was built in 1949 (date range). Kilns dating from 1952 for one and 1975 for the other. It is in the 1970s that was built the workshop manufacturing and purchased the chain of production of materials of opportunity dating to about 5 years. A metal shed was built in 1980 and in 1983 Jean-Claude Victot took over from his father. The factories (tiles and tiles) products are sold in the regions of Niort and Poitiers.2 intermittent kilns sole tilted, crusher, mixer, manufacturing moulder Bernat-Sauli-re (Tarn, Castres).1920: workers 6, 1994: 2 workers
Source: Ministry of Culture, France
Tile factory, Brickyard Bo, then Vittorio, Accommodation in rubble plaster 1 square floor covered with a roof long wrench; building of garage into rubble and brick covered with a roof long wrench to (...) Tile factory, Brickyard Bo, then Vittorio, French Heritage monument to Sanxay sanxay, vienne
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