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“Sculptures in the North”

published 09/12/2000

AdvantagesHistory comes alive

DisadvantagesNone at all!

...flagstone, quarried from the adjacent Castlehill quarry. In the days when every stone was hewn by hand, Castlehill quarry exported flagstone to London, which can still be seen in Euston Station and London Docks. Flagstone also went from Castlehill to India, New Zealand and Australia. In more recent times, the quarry was used for landfill, and was filled in and restored to agricultural use some ten...

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...neighbour has borrowed my sledge hammer on a couple of occasions, along with a number of my tools, but he always brings them back promptly. I have used my sledge hammer myself when I was breaking up the flagstones from my patio because I was getting someone in to do some crazy paving for me. The man said the best way was to get broken slab stones and that I could save money by supplying these myself...

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...clean. Another tip of mine concerns the garden, we at home have flagstones and the next tip is for you if you too have flagstones. Usually you will find that your garden has gone green, (the word for that escapes me) but you know what I mean, when your flagstones are not looking nice. An easy way to fix that problem is too just wet your garden before you go to bed at night and put some bleach on the...

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