An Appreciation of Stone (46)

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Ohio sandstone church in Barnesville, Ohio
Ohio sandstone church in Barnesville, Ohio

2 Replies to “An Appreciation of Stone (46)”

  1. Old sandstone is so nice, it’s too bad a lot of places fail to realize the great benefit of it and are tearing down their old sandstone buildings/houses/schools to make room for new high-tech buildings.

    Such is the price of our modern society, if there is any good out of that. Almost ALL of that stone is recovered and used in other new exciting projects that usually do a good job of honoring the stone.

  2. This blog is very nice and very information to us. I glad to meet you.

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