Material Sandstone
Format Dressed stone
New or reclaimed New
Colours Pink
 
 
 

Doddington sandstone has a unique pink colouration and a mainly fine grained appearance. It comes from Northumberland, with quarry records dating back until 1897.

  • Products include ashlar walling, specialist masonry and contemporary cladding
  • Used extensively in Scotland and Northern England, including intricate masonry projects
  • Extensive reserves available


Doddington sandstone has a unique pink colouration and a mainly fine grained appearance. It comes from Northumberland, with quarry records dating back until 1897.

  • Products include ashlar walling, specialist masonry and contemporary cladding
  • Used extensively in Scotland and Northern England, including intricate masonry projects
  • Extensive reserves available


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