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Milltown Mill (former), MILLTOWN (FEIGHCULLEN ED),

The mill building is a fine and imposing rubble stone structure that includes small openings necessary for maintaining a cool, dry environment. Many of the original features and fittings are now lost, including the fittings to the openings, internal floors and the roof structure, while the

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Aberdeenshire HER NO76SW0046 MILL OF MORPHIE

The mill is a small 1-storey and attic rubble building on an L-plan with a corrugated roof. At a lower level, are a complete shrouded paddlewheel, all wooden except for the axle, driving a sawbench, and the much decayed remains of two others. The house is late 18th century, 2-storey, 2-window, of rubble with stone-slated roof and moulded skew ends.

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rubble stone Old Stone Houses

2015-1-22  Rubble is probably the best example of early quarried and rough-faced stone. Rubbled stones retained their irregular shape and size, but required less mortar as they were precisely pieced together. Examples include random-coursed rubble, similar in appearance to a jigsaw puzzle, and regular-coursed rubble, which created continuous horizontal

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FIELDSTONE :: Solstice Stone

FLINT HILLS GREY RUBBLE ASHLAR COPPER CANYON LEDGESTONE MILLWOOD RUBBLE KINGS MILL ASHLAR MCGREGOR LAKE ASHLAR GENEVA THIN STACK LEDGESTONE Stone color may vary slightly based on your viewing method (computer monitors/displays, televisions, tablets, smartphones, etc.) including variables such as reflections and lighting.

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Wiltshire Council Wiltshire Community History Get

It is timber framed with rubble stone, red brick and a slate roof. Scott's Mill Farmhouse was part of the estates of Stanley Abbey. Before the 16th century the mill was let to H. Goldney, clothier 1526 and J Scott 1554. A mill building stood on the opposite side of Marden until it was demolished in 1987.

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Aberdeenshire HER NJ84NE0013 MILL OF AUCHREDDIE

Mill built in the mid 19th century. A 2-storey rubble building on an L-plan with an 8-spoke wood and iron overshot wheel driving two pairs of stone. The kiln vent is of the Aberdeenshire type with a pig wind vane. The mill is marked as a corn mill on both the 1st and 2nd edition OS maps. The mill lade, sluice, pond and mill dam shown on the OS

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Indian Hill™ Rubble Stone Center of Indiana

Indian Hill™ Rubble. Split Face Natural Building Stone Veneer. Color: Cream, Black, Brown. This split face natural full bed veneer stone results in an elegant refined look of colors and textures. Indian Hill™ Rubble is the perfect stone for your architectural project. To place an order or learn more, call Stone

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Heartland Natural Stone Thin Veneer Rock Mill Tile &

HEARTLAND NATURAL STONE. Stock Edge: Sawn top & bottom with snapped ends. All sides sawn available with 2-3 week lead time. Usage: Commercial or Residential; Freeze-thaw rated. (Mixed 3" 10" Width x Free Length x 1" 2”) available by custom order

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Remains of the gas plant, chimney, wheel pit and mill race

2020-3-25  It is constructed of stone rubble and contains two flues; one originally running from the steam boiler of the wool combing mill and the other from the gas plant retort house. Flue pipes are shown on plans extending in these directions, north-west and south-west

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Historic Construction Materials & Techniques

2011-10-26  new stone edifices must have been an impressive sight. Stone was usually used for the homes of the well-off and for churches and large institutional buildings. Compared with the skill necessary to build with logs, the labour and skill required in raising a stone building were impressive. First, stones had to be quarried. Then cut and formed.

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Milltown Mill (former), MILLTOWN (FEIGHCULLEN ED),

The mill building is a fine and imposing rubble stone structure that includes small openings necessary for maintaining a cool, dry environment. Many of the original features and fittings are now lost, including the fittings to the openings, internal floors and the roof structure, while the

get price

Aberdeenshire HER NO76SW0046 MILL OF MORPHIE

The mill is a small 1-storey and attic rubble building on an L-plan with a corrugated roof. At a lower level, are a complete shrouded paddlewheel, all wooden except for the axle, driving a sawbench, and the much decayed remains of two others. The house is late 18th century, 2-storey, 2-window, of rubble with stone-slated roof and moulded skew ends.

get price

rubble stone Old Stone Houses

2015-1-22  Rubble is probably the best example of early quarried and rough-faced stone. Rubbled stones retained their irregular shape and size, but required less mortar as they were precisely pieced together. Examples include random-coursed rubble, similar in appearance to a jigsaw puzzle, and regular-coursed rubble, which created continuous horizontal

get price

FIELDSTONE :: Solstice Stone

FLINT HILLS GREY RUBBLE ASHLAR COPPER CANYON LEDGESTONE MILLWOOD RUBBLE KINGS MILL ASHLAR MCGREGOR LAKE ASHLAR GENEVA THIN STACK LEDGESTONE Stone color may vary slightly based on your viewing method (computer monitors/displays, televisions, tablets, smartphones, etc.) including variables such as reflections and lighting.

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Aberdeenshire HER NJ84NE0013 MILL OF AUCHREDDIE

Mill built in the mid 19th century. A 2-storey rubble building on an L-plan with an 8-spoke wood and iron overshot wheel driving two pairs of stone. The kiln vent is of the Aberdeenshire type with a pig wind vane. The mill is marked as a corn mill on both the 1st and 2nd edition OS maps. The mill lade, sluice, pond and mill dam shown on the OS

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Cumberland Mountain Stone Quarry in Crossville,

2021-10-28  Cumberland mountain stone has the equipment, personnel and experience to produce all your custom stone products. Our production and fabrication facilities have state of the art equipment manned by skilled craftsmen trained to produce unique,

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Wiltshire Council Wiltshire Community History Get

It is timber framed with rubble stone, red brick and a slate roof. Scott's Mill Farmhouse was part of the estates of Stanley Abbey. Before the 16th century the mill was let to H. Goldney, clothier 1526 and J Scott 1554. A mill building stood on the opposite side of Marden until it was demolished in 1987.

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Big Horn Ashlar Style Real Stone Veneer Quarry Mill

Big Horn is an ashlar style real stone veneer in grey and natural tones. The stone is set apart by its depth of color with multiple colors within the individual pieces. The natural depth of color is so incredible and pronounced some of the pieces almost appear as if they had paint splattered on them. From a distance Big Horn will have a neutral

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Heartland Natural Stone Thin Veneer Rock

HEARTLAND NATURAL STONE. Stock Edge: Sawn top & bottom with snapped ends. All sides sawn available with 2-3 week lead time. Usage: Commercial or Residential; Freeze-thaw rated. (Mixed 3" 10" Width x Free Length x 1" 2”) available by custom order

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Historic Construction Materials & Techniques

2011-10-26  2011-10-26  new stone edifices must have been an impressive sight. Stone was usually used for the homes of the well-off and for churches and large institutional buildings. Compared with the skill necessary to build with logs, the labour and skill required in raising a stone building were impressive. First, stones had to be quarried. Then cut and formed.

get price

Milltown Mill (former), MILLTOWN (FEIGHCULLEN ED),

The mill building is a fine and imposing rubble stone structure that includes small openings necessary for maintaining a cool, dry environment. Many of the original features and fittings are now lost, including the fittings to the openings, internal floors and the roof structure, while the

get price

rubble stone Old Stone Houses

2015-1-22  Rubble is probably the best example of early quarried and rough-faced stone. Rubbled stones retained their irregular shape and size, but required less mortar as they were precisely pieced together. Examples include random-coursed rubble, similar in appearance to a jigsaw puzzle, and regular-coursed rubble, which created continuous horizontal

get price

Aberdeenshire HER NO76SW0046 MILL OF MORPHIE

The mill is a small 1-storey and attic rubble building on an L-plan with a corrugated roof. At a lower level, are a complete shrouded paddlewheel, all wooden except for the axle, driving a sawbench, and the much decayed remains of two others. The house is late 18th century, 2-storey, 2-window, of rubble with stone-slated roof and moulded skew ends.

get price

FIELDSTONE :: Solstice Stone

FLINT HILLS GREY RUBBLE ASHLAR COPPER CANYON LEDGESTONE MILLWOOD RUBBLE KINGS MILL ASHLAR MCGREGOR LAKE ASHLAR GENEVA THIN STACK LEDGESTONE Stone color may vary slightly based on your viewing method (computer monitors/displays, televisions, tablets, smartphones, etc.) including variables such as reflections and lighting.

get price

Cumberland Mountain Stone Quarry in Crossville,

2021-10-28  Cumberland mountain stone has the equipment, personnel and experience to produce all your custom stone products. Our production and fabrication facilities have state of the art equipment manned by skilled craftsmen trained to produce unique,

get price

Aberdeenshire HER NJ84NE0013 MILL OF AUCHREDDIE

Mill built in the mid 19th century. A 2-storey rubble building on an L-plan with an 8-spoke wood and iron overshot wheel driving two pairs of stone. The kiln vent is of the Aberdeenshire type with a pig wind vane. The mill is marked as a corn mill on both the 1st and 2nd edition OS maps. The mill lade, sluice, pond and mill dam shown on the OS

get price

Wiltshire Council Wiltshire Community History Get

It is timber framed with rubble stone, red brick and a slate roof. Scott's Mill Farmhouse was part of the estates of Stanley Abbey. Before the 16th century the mill was let to H. Goldney, clothier 1526 and J Scott 1554. A mill building stood on the opposite side of Marden until it was demolished in 1987.

get price

Heartland Natural Stone Thin Veneer Rock

HEARTLAND NATURAL STONE. Stock Edge: Sawn top & bottom with snapped ends. All sides sawn available with 2-3 week lead time. Usage: Commercial or Residential; Freeze-thaw rated. (Mixed 3" 10" Width x Free Length x 1" 2”) available by custom order

get price

Big Horn Ashlar Style Real Stone Veneer Quarry Mill

Big Horn is an ashlar style real stone veneer in grey and natural tones. The stone is set apart by its depth of color with multiple colors within the individual pieces. The natural depth of color is so incredible and pronounced some of the pieces almost appear as if they had paint splattered on them. From a distance Big Horn will have a neutral

get price

Historic Construction Materials & Techniques

2011-10-26  2011-10-26  new stone edifices must have been an impressive sight. Stone was usually used for the homes of the well-off and for churches and large institutional buildings. Compared with the skill necessary to build with logs, the labour and skill required in raising a stone building were impressive. First, stones had to be quarried. Then cut and formed.

get price