Crown & Quarry Cement Works WW1

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Reference WMO267270

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Currently in storage with Gravesham Borough Council

Brookvale Depot

113 Springhead Road

Northfleet

DA11 8HW

England

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Status: On subsequent site(s)
Type: Freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
Lettering: Incised
About the memorial: The memorial originally belonged to one of the smaller Cement Works based at Strood in Kent - called the Crown & Quarry Works. These smaller works were eventually purchased by a larger company named Associated Portland Cement Manufacturers (A.P.C.M.) this eventually became Blue Circle cement and now La Farge. Blue Circle cement created a small museum at their Northfleet works as this was the main works in the area and I believe these memorials were gathered here. When the factory closed at Northfleet many of the artifacts were donated to Gravesham Borough Council. I found this memorial in their storage along with another from the British Standard Cement Works (this has been restored and re-located back to the Medway area). This memorial needs to be restored and suitable location in Strood is required to re-site it.
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