Monthly Archives: July 2023

Albright’s toxic archives #43 Another fatal blow- AND COVER UP

And so to another Trinity Street Albright and Wilson fatality, showing that this is not something that only happened in the¬† late 19th or early 2oth centuries. The Birmingham Mail of 21st October 1982¬†reported the death of Tom Tolson, a … Continue reading

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A view from the mound

The over tipped foundry sand carbuncle that resides next to Rattlechain lagoon and which was once home to Rattlechain brickworks may be many things, but it offers a cracking view of the surrounding vista over towards Rowley Regis and Dudley. … Continue reading

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Albright’s toxic archives#42 Released Enders- More chlorine gassed

  All of Albright and Wilson’s manufacture sites had accidents and poor health and safety, bar none. I have detailed the catalogue of issues at Trinity Street, where phosphorus and chlorine were by far the biggest dangers to workers and … Continue reading

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