The chambers traversed the entire length of the kiln with a small arched wall along the centre.
The entire structure appeared to be constructed of dry bricks without any mortar. I assume the heat
from the fires, and the kiln operating continuously, meant the bricks expanded slightly, locking the
whole structure together. Without the heat, the bricks cooled, contracted and dropped out. Several
bricks were hanging out of the ceiling, ready to fall. We didnít venture inside as neither of us had
hard hats and we felt they were definitely required.