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Stone Block

Type

  • Bowscar Red Lazonby

    Bowscar Red Lazonby

    A new red sandstone of Permian age, it is a fine to medium grained stone, pale red or dark pink in colour and it has a sparkle due to the presence of quartz grains. Lazonby block is suitable for use in most aspects of construction including paving, walling, masonry and cladding.

  • Catcastle Grey

    Catcastle Grey

    A stone from the coal measures of carboniferous age, it is an attractive course to very course grained stone creamy buff in colour with darker specks though some blocks are grey in colour. Cat castle is suitable for use in many aspects of construction including, paving, walling, masonry and cladding.

  • Cop Crag

    Cop Crag

    A rusty buff to swirls of brown and splashes of pink fine grained non calcareous sandstone. Cop cragg is suitable for use in all aspects of construction including paving, walling, masonry and cladding.

  • Corsehill

    Corsehill

    A new red sandstone from the Triassic age, it is a fine grained stone, pale red- brown, slightly calcareous sandstone. Corsehill is suitable for use in most aspects of construction including paving, walling, mansonry and cladding.

  • Lancashire Grit

    Lancashire Grit

    A hard wearing medium to course grained millstone grit, light buff to grey in colour. Lancashire grit is suitable for use in many aspects of construction including paving, walling and masonry.

  • Lambhill

    Lambhill

    A fine grained textured sandstone, buff, brown colour with a silver heart. Lambhill should be suitable for use in construction including paving, walling, masonry and cladding.

  • Northumberland Buff

    Northumberland Buff

    A medium grained buff sandstone with distinctive stripe marks. Northumberland Buff is suitable for use in most aspects of construction including masonry and cladding.

  • Orton Scar Limestone

    Orton Scar Limestone

    A fine grained stone of early carboniferous age. It is dense and easily takes a polish. There is some colour variation in the stone with a range of grey/ brown shades. Orton scar limestone is suitable for use in most aspects of construction including flooring, paving, walling, and monumental masonry.

  • Salterwath Limestone

    Salterwath Limestone

    A fine grained limestone of early carboniferous age. Dark blue when split for walling pale grey when used for cladding. It is dense and easily takes a polish which gives a rich chocolate brown shade. Salterwath Limestone is suitable for use in most aspects of construction including flooring, paving, masonry and cladding.

Technical

For further details about each of our stone types, click the link below
Stone Block Technical Information PDF

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