Goldholme supplies stunning home in Lincoln!

It was a real pleasure to supply the stone for this stunning home in the Bailgate area, Lincoln, for the owner of one of Lincoln's leading kitchen companies Krantz Designs. The property is a perfect example of how well stone works in both traditional and contemporary design...

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Builder carved stunning French bull dog!

This picture of a French bull dog sculpture was sent to us by the very talented stone mason Chris Slack of S2 Builders. He has an interest in making stone sculptures and ordered some high quality block for his designs. We're looking forward to what he comes up with next. #stones...

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Contemporary stone home!

Goldholme recently supplied the stone for a stunning home in the vale of Belvoir. The home owners were thrilled to be working with Goldholme and were extremely happy with the quality of the stone. https://youtu.be/fckFMrok6Dg ...

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Lorry Vs Oxen

During the roman period stone was hauled by a team of four oxen, a timber cart and a driver. The maximum cargo would be 650kg, the only data available comparable with the ox is a modern day horse at a carbon cost of 476kg per year. Plus a cow which is closely related to the ox. ...

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Ancaster Quarry in 1903

We recently came across this postcard from 1903 which gives us an insight into how the Lincolnshire limestone quarries were operating in the early 1900s ...

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Searching for the Roman fort!

In 2009 archeologists uncovered the remains of a large Roman fortress. Distinguished by it's defensive ditches and circular corners for archers to defend from. All Roman forts were built symmetrical and by studying the measurements of the 2009 report we can calculate the positio...

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A relic from the past

We recently came across a brochure we published nearly twenty years ago. At the time our main yard was based at a former railway station in little Bytham. As you can see from the picture on the back, the railway ran right past the back of our yard, notice the absence of any fenc...

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