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Barrels of Peters cement
Peters cement being transferred from lighter to ship at Blue Boar Wharf, below Rochester Bridge. Picture kindly supplied by Mark Peters.

In the early days, cement for export was packed in barrels, and the supplier was identified by a label on the barrel top, which was 18 inches in diameter. It was for this reason that most cement industry logos were circular. I am always looking for good-quality non-copyright pictures (min 400 pixels square) of these, for inclusion in the plant description pages. Please contact me with any images or information. Here are those I have so far. Click the image to reach the plant page.

Early Aberthaw Druid Brand cement logo Early Aberthaw Cement logo Later Aberthaw Cement logo Alpha Cement logo Arlesey Eddystone Brand cement logo Barnstone Cement logo Barham's Bridgwater Rock Brand cement logo Early Barrington Wellington Brand cement logo John Ellis Barrow cement logo Knight, Bevan and Sturge Northfleet Pyramid Brand cement logo Casebourne Pioneer Brand cement logo ICI cement logo Early 1930s Blue Circle cement logo Modern Blue Circle cement logo Booth's Cement, Borstal Court J B White's Frindsbury Bridge Brand cement logo McEvoy and Holt Swanscombe Britannia Brand cement logo Burham cement logo Caledonian Cement 1930s logo Castle cement logo Casebourne West Hartlepool Diamond Brand cement logo Tingey's Frindsbury Crown Brand cement logo Frindsbury APCM Crown Brand cement logo Burley's Sittingbourne Dolphin Brand cement logo Dunstable cement logo Shepreth East Anglian Anglian Bond Brand cement logo Ellesmere Port Ship Canal England Brand cement logo Otterham BPCM Falcon Brand cement logo Gillingham Red Hand Brand cement logo Frindsbury Globe Brand cement logo Grays Brooks Shoobridge Anchor Brand cement logo Hiltons Halling cement logo APCM Halling Hilton Brand cement logo Harbury Greaves Brand cement logo Northfleet Imperial Flag Brand cement logo Clitheroe Isis Brand cement logo I C Johnson Elephant Brand cement logo 1930s Ketton Ketco Brand cement logo Wiliiam Lee Halling cement logo Eastwoods Lewes Glover & Batchelor G&B Brand cement logo London Portland Northfleet Lighthouse Brand cement logo Lyme Regis Keystone Brand cement logo Martin Earle's Wickham Rhinoceros Brand cement logo Masons cement logo Newbold cement logo Francis Cliffe Nine Elms Brand cement logo Oxford cement logo South Wales Portland Cement Penarth Dragon Brand cement logo Peters Wouldham Hall cement logo Frindsbury Phoenix Brand cement logo Ribblesdale Clitheroe Castle Brand cement logo Robins Northfleet Three Kilns Brand cement logo Tolhurst Northfleet Red Lion Brand cement logo Red Triangle cement logo Rugby cement logo Saxon Cambridge cement logo Sussex Portland cement logo Charles Nelson Stockton Cock Brand cement logo John Bazley White Swanscombe cement logo APCM Swanscombe Snowcrete white cement logo Gibbs & Co West Thurrock Diamond Brand cement logo Francis Isle of Wight Vectis Brand cement logo Trechmann Weekes Halling Goliath Brand cement logo West Kent Burham Invicta Brand cement logo 1930s Tunnel cement logo 1970s Tunnel cement logo Tunnel white cement logo Formby's Frindsbury Castle Brand cement logo G & T Earles Wilmington Hull Pelican Brand cement logo Wouldham West Thurrock Maltese Cross Brand cement logo

In addition to these, I have many more of quality too low to display. For some, coloured images are available, but the resolution is too low: British Standard, Broad's (Cliffe), Central (Kirton Lindsey), Kaye's (Southam).

For others, a good monochrome image is available, but the colour-scheme is unknown: Crosfield's (Cube), Rainham.

For some significant companies, I have never seen a logo: Artillery and Albion, Eastwood's (Humber Division), Borstal Manor, Stephensons's (Burwell), Cam Blue Lias, Chinnor, early Irish Cement, Board's (Dunball and Spinx), Holborough, Early Plymstock (ALC), Rhee Valley, Rhoose, Batchelor's (Rochester), Rodmell, Smeed & Dean (Sittingbourne), Robson's (Stoneferry), Skelsey's (Adamant, Barton), Forder's (Sundon), Trechmann (Warren).

Please contact me with any images, information or suggestions.

Original content © Dylan Moore 2012: commenced 29/12/2012: last edit 01/03/2017.

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