'Rough as a saw-edge, and hard as whinstone
! The less you meddle with him the better.'
The roads were excellent, and made upon the MacAdam principle, whinstone
having been brought for the purpose from the distance of several miles.
Housing provider Sanctuary Homes replaced the red blaize and whinstone
paths with an asphalt surface.
Over ten weeks, the steps leading to the gallery will be replaced with Aberdeenshire Corrennie pink granite, while Scottish whinstone
and local grey Blackhills granite will also be used.
IFormally a nursery garden, the family home is built using solid Windstone, sandstone cills, lintles and coins and whinstone
dash, completed with a natural slate roof.
tenderers must appreciate the importance attached to the appearance and coursing of the proposed whinstone
and sandstone mixed cladding, as this will have to closely resemble that which existed originally in order to satisfy the planning department.
Stirling architects BDA Design point out in a statement lodged with applicant Gavin Anderson's plans that whinstone
boundary walls are an important part of the conservation area.
Lucas, who attends Whinstone
Primary School in Ingleby Barwick, called 999 to request an ambulance and police after Gary collapsed and was unresponsive on the sofa at his home in Catterick Village.
It sits on a natural throne of volcanic dolerite, known locally as whinstone
for the sound it makes when hit by a stonemason's hammer.
The house is built of granite and whinstone
and it's believed most of it came from the old Fort of Fort William.
The impact of that success on Mangan's son, Jimmy, was highlighted when he trained Whinstone
Boy to win the race three years ago.
Campaigners fear Gillies' Hill at Cambusbarron, by Stirling, could be wiped off the landscape if plans for a whinstone
quarry go ahead.