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 Is there any bluestone in Vermont?

Answer New York and Pennsylvania are the only places in the United States that produce bluestone, a type of sandstone. Vermont does have a significant quarry industry, but the varieties of rock quarried t... Read More »
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How many miles is it from bradford, vermont to quechee, vermont?

Via road, the distance between Bradford and Quechee, Vermont is approximately 35 miles. The trip, which travels southwest on highways 91 and 89 through Fairlee, Hanover and Wilder, takes roughly 4... Read More »
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Granite Vs. Bluestone?

Both blue stone and granite are popular building materials prized for their durability and versatility. Both stones are often seen in large buildings and architectural and landscaping elements. ... Read More »
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What is irregular bluestone flagging?

Irregular bluestone flagging is a type of flagstone that is available in a variety of blue tones. It is quarried and cut into irregular shapes. This type of stone does not discolor and is strong an... Read More »
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How to Install Bluestone Caps?

Bluestone is found in almost every rock quarry across America. It is called bluestone because of its blue-gray color. Bluestone is quarried in slabs no greater than 4 inches thick, and it can be cu... Read More »
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