Rebuild and Extension of Beamish Museum
ENTER CASE STUDY
Reclaimed Pitch Face Walling Stone, often referred to as Yorkshire point, has taken its name from the county it was originated in. It spread countrywide in the industrial revolution, as trains slashed the costs and ease of transportation of all bulk materials became readily available allowing delivery to the four corners of the British Isles and beyond.
Hand-dressed and pitched-face, the stone is characteristically chiselled into a rough, mushroom-shaped face, providing a beautifully natural appearance. It is often found on civic buildings of distinction such as schools, town halls, churches and libraries.
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