The number of white bricks in the school is about 36,000.
Some lines are 50 to 100 years old and made of brick.
The new building made of red bricks was built in 1983.
The station house is one story and made of brick.
It has three stories and is built of red brick.
Only the church and the governor's house were of brick.
In 1980, the report said, the population of Brick was 53,629 people.
But they still had to produce the same number of bricks.
It is made of red brick, which was a new material for the time.
The fire station was built of red brick in the late 1940s.
The church from red bricks was built in the 1930-ies.
A hall made from local bricks was added in 1927.
The house was built from bricks that were made on the property.
The large church was constructed from red brick within only 20 years.
Another is built from white bricks and has a tile floor.
At times, the walls changed from brick to stone; their condition was not always the same.
The buildings were constructed from red brick, the most common building material at the time.
The original building, with its upper story addition, is constructed from brick.
A solid wall is made from brick, concrete or stone.
The entire exterior of the building is constructed from brick.