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Reclaimed York stone | Yorkshire Flagstone Paving - JJ ...
Also known as Yorkshire stone and flagstone, York stone is an extremely durable material that can last literally hundreds of years, and still look great when salvaged and re-used.


Abacus Stone Sales | Stone Suppliers | Reclaimed Stone ...
Abacus Stone Sales in Holmfirth is Yorkshire's largest reclaimed stone merchant, with a range of reclaimed Yorkstone flags, cobbles, and new building stone in stock along with dry stone walling reclaimed bricks and cobble stones for building projects throughout the UK.


Valley Reclamation Salvage Yard - Building & Walling Stone
160-80m2 of coursed yorkshire sandstone walling reclaimed locally in the derbyshire area. The course sizes are between 3-6" and lengths vary, most would need to be backed off. the stone is a delph walling and is very flat on the top and bottom surfaces making it also ideal for dry stone walling.


Reclaimed Timber in United Kingdom | Reviews - Yell
Find Reclaimed Timber in United Kingdom, with business contact details, opening hours and reviews. Search for leading suppliers and wholesalers near you on Yell. Submit your own review for the local Reclaimed Timber.


Valley Reclamation Salvage Yard - Stone Cills & Heads
8 matching reclaimed magnesian limestone window cills with matching heads. All from the same building in the Worksop/Mansfield area. The cills are 4ft long and 10" deep, with a thickness of 6.5" chamfered to a 5.5" front face, opening between the stools is 39".


Pennine Demolitions Ltd in Huddersfield, experts in Demolition
Pennine Demolitions Ltd is a professional and reliable groundwork company based in Huddersfield. Contact on 01484 647 129 to book for our services.


For centuries bricks were moulded by hand in wooden moulds. These were four sided and rectangular in shape with no base or lid. Moulds were placed either directly on the ground or on a roughly made brickmakers table.


Port of Hull - Wikipedia
The Port of Hull is a port at the confluence of the River Hull and the Humber Estuary in Kingston upon Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire, England. Seaborne trade at the port can be traced to at least the 13th century, originally conducted mainly at the outfall of the River Hull, known as The Haven, or later as the Old Harbour.


Ossett Textile Mills - Rags, Mungo and Shoddy
Mungo & Shoddy The grinding of old woollen clothing has been carried out for many years in the West Riding of Yorkshire. From the late 18th century it was known as "rag wool" and was used as the filling for horse saddles, bedding and furniture.


Timeline - Biggleswade History Society
12, 000 – 10, 000 BC: Stone arrow heads from Paleolithic period found here suggest that the district was inhabited from early times; they can be seen in the Bedford Museum.


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