2 edition of Ketton Stone. found in the catalog.
Reprint from Northamptonshire Notes and Queries, Vol.5 (1892).
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AddressKetton WorksKetco AvenueStamfordRutlandPE9 3SXUnited KingdomMain telephone Sales and Customer Services Sales and Customer Services [email protected] Orders Fax Orders [email protected] directions in a new windowVisit the Ketton . The attractive butter coloured stone typical of Ketton is an important feature of the village. The stone quarry and cement works which opened in is located to the north. A number of famous buildings have been built out of Ketton Stone, such as Burghley House and many of the Cambridge University Colleges. Although the.
The modern village of Ketton was made from the merger of what were once the three villages of Ketton, Aldgate and Geeston. From to the Ketton Rural District existed, covering the eastern part of Rutland. Ketton Stone is a form of limestone and is quarried locally. It is used in many buildings in the village as well as elsewhere. "Most of Downing College, with the exception of the East Lodge, was built of an oolitic limestone known as Ketton stone." Septem By CrimeReads Excerpts 0.
the stone. Large blocks of stone were sent from the quarry and sawn to shape on site before being finished by hand, using chisels. Masons were paid separately for sawing stone, and the books recording the quantities and payments survive.5 Freestones from all over the country were used. (Table 1) Table 1. Figure 47 is a general view of ‘Ketton’ limestone, which is a classic oolitic limestone, being highly porous and consisting entirely of ooliths. Ooliths in limestones are rounded grains that form by accretion of calcium carbonate around a nucleus. Figure 48 is a close view of ‘Ketton Stone’ showing the concentric ring structure of the.
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Ketton stone is sometimes combined with other local building stones. Ketton Stone. book The early fabric of St Mary's Church is constructed from Barnack stone, which is a shelly grey limestone which was quarried from shallow pits in the medieval buildings use ironstone, which is a dark brown limestone found in western areas of Rutland.
Traditional roofs use Collyweston slates, which are split. The Adventures of K'tonton: The Little Jewish Tom Thumb was first published in ; it includes 16 stories and was reprinted at least 10 times. Each tale includes important Jewish ideas or traditions, and a dash of Jewish humor--and its own complex plot.5/5(3).
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Ketton stone. Ketton stone. Ketton stone is a Jurassic oolitic limestone, cream to pale yellow or pink in colour, used as a building stone since the s. Ketton Stone has been more widely used outside the county than within - most notably at Cambridge where it has been used in many of the colleges for over years.
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it can be worked in any direction and is regarded as the perfect example of the oolitic limestone. Many of the stone buildings are roofed in Collyweston slates. These lovely frost-split slates have been extracted from shallow mines at Collyweston and Easton on the Hill just across the Valley from Ketton.
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Fracture surfaces are produced by breaking a solid. The appearance of the surface, particularly the topography, depends on the type of material - metal, polymer, ceramic, biomaterial, composite, rock - and on the conditions under which it was broken - stress (tensile, shear, creep, fatigue, impact), temperature, environment (air, water, oil, acid), etc.5/5(1).
MATERIALS: constructed of Ketton stone, flint and pebbles. PLAN: rectangular pedestal of c m x m set on a plinth. DESCRIPTION: the altar has a coarsely treated, rustic Ketton stone base approximately that in turn sits on a substantial block formed from uncut pieces of flint, beneath which is a stone foundation.
Ketton stone — is a Jurassic oolitic limestone used as a building stone for many centuries. It is named after the village of Ketton in Rutland, ys, the major quarry at Ketton produces limestone for the adjoining cement works, but selected stone is.
In the station was renamed Ketton and Collyweston. The station closed to passengers on 6 June The station buildings were demolished in Ketton Cement works and Ketton Stone had its own rail siding (known as "Wards Sidings") which enabled it to haul coal by train.
The rail siding opened in and closed in Ketton Centre, High Street, Ketton, PE9 3TF - Ketton Library is run by Rutland County Council. As well as the opportunity to borrow books, ebooks and DVDs, there is also access to public computers, the internet and a photocopier. At Stone & Stone Second World War Books, we don't buy, stock, publish, or sell books or anything else.
This is strictly an informational website, designed to offer fresh news every day about WWII-related books, publishers, booksellers, and authors. We also provide a wide range of book reviews, historical essays, an online WWII order-of-battle. Ketton Quarry is over a mile wide – its size has to be seen to be believed.
The rocks here contain ammonites, corals, brachiopods, bivalves, fish and reptile remains, and much, much more. Thi. Compact limestone consists of carbonate of lime either pure or in combination with sand or clay.
It is generally devoid of crystalline structure, of a dull earthy appearance, and of a dark blue, grey, black, or mottled colour. In some cases, however, it is crystalline and full of organic remains. The stone that built a country. Clive Aslet. Ketton stone came to prominence after its use by Wren, although the freestone has been used up and the quarry is now the site of a.
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"Independent Chapel " on plaque. Of coursed rubble with Collyweston stone slate roof. Round-headed chapel entrance of double'doors beneath radiating fanlight.