Pillars & Entrances

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Bellaghy Entrance

Bellaghy Entrance

Two sets of pillars and wing walls built with County Antrim Basalt, dressed square with raised pointing and stone coping.

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Kells, Ballymena Dwelling

Kells, Ballymena Dwelling

Courtyard walls and pillars built with a mix of County Antrim Basalt, reclaimed stone and land stone. Sandstone copings.

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Ballymaguigan

Ballymaguigan

Pillars and walls to steps built from Liscannor Slate and Red Sandstone.

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Garden Retaining Wall Portglenone County Antrim

Garden Retaining Wall Portglenone County Antrim

A retaining wall built from County Antrim Basalt, the wall is built to look like a dry stone wall but has the strength for a retaining wall. This wall has a flat coping.

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Ballymena Walls to Driveway

Ballymena Walls to Driveway

Walls flanking a driveway built from Landstone. The walls are built to look like a dry stone wall.

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Entrance at Old Market Square, Newtownards, County Down

Entrance at Old Market Square, Newtownards, County Down

An entrance built from reclaimed Scrabo Sandstone in Newtownards. The stone had been taken from a wall which had been knocked down on site, cleaned and dressed again to match in with other Scrabo Sandstone buildings and entrances in the locality. The coping is reconstituted Sandstone. We will have more recent pictures of this entrance to follow soon.

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Round Pillars at Farm Gate in Bushmills, County Antrim

Round Pillars at Farm Gate in Bushmills, County Antrim

A pair of round pillars built from Reclaimed County Antrim Basalt. The pillars have a conical concrete coping we poured insitu using a round pebble in the concrete, we later exposed the pebble giving the coping an ‘aged’ look. To add to the character of the entrance we hung an old style wooden gate.

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Entrance to house in Portglenone, County Antrim

Entrance to house in Portglenone, County Antrim

Four square pillars and wing walls at a dwelling in Portglenone. The stone used is County Antrim Basalt and has been built to give the impression of a dry stone wall. The stone has had minimal dressing to keep the natural quarried face on the stone. There is a flat copin on the walls and a crowned stone coping on the pillars.

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Entrance Wall at Ballyrashane AD Plant, County Antrim

Entrance Wall at Ballyrashane AD Plant, County Antrim

Entrance wall at Ballyrashane, County Antrim built using Liscannor Slate with a concrete coping and with a name plate for the plant. There is no mortar shown in the joints to give the impression that it is built dry.