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Semi-detached house with coursed rubble walls, dressed quoins, hoods and sills using light brown and buff sandstone from the St Maughans Formation.
Semi-detached house with rubble walls of light brown and buff sandstone from the St Maughans Formation.
Barn / outhouse plinth - coursed rubble walls of light brown and buff sandstone from the St Maughans Formation.
Old farm building made of local stone, suspected quarried locally.
Two storey house. Appears to be a relatively new build. The Stone is an excellent colour match for the neighbouring houses (possibly reclaimed stone?).
Small brick cottage with stone on gable end.
Stone house, part exposed stone, part rendered.
Single storey, stone school house building.
Two storey house. Lower half is exposed stone (green sandstone), upper half is painted brick.
This is a building and walling stone quarry in the St Maughan's Sandstone Formation. Marked on the OS County Series: Herefordshire 1:2500 1905 ''Old Quarry'.