16th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
A traditional brick factory is a factory for the manufacturing of bricks from mud by humans. There is no modern equipment. All the work is done by workers.In a traditional brickworks, clay is taken from the quarry, and then carried by workers to the yard After the forming or cutting, the bricks must be dried, in the open air, in drying sheds, When the bricks have been dried, they must then be fired or ‘burnt’ in a kiln, to give them their final hardness and appearance. In this picture a lonely worker is arranging raw bricks in row.
© SANGHAMITRA SARKAR.
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||May 17, 2018, 3:53 a.m.