Peak Moor Sandstone
Quarried on Stanton Moor near Matlock in Derbyshire and situated inside the Peak District National Park.
Peak Moor is a fine to medium grained sandstone, predominantly buff in colour with occasional pink markings and / or brown iron intrusions. It is essentially a free stone and therefore almost equally durable in most common masonry applications, whichever way itâ€™s natural bed is laid. Peak Moor Sandstone is highly sought after by architects nationwide. The Peak Moor stone has been used on many projects world-wide including many large houses; Liverpool Library; Cheetham School of Music and Peel Court, Manchester; St. Paulâ€™s, Sheffield; Melbourne University, Australia; Tullamore Distillery in Ireland; West Regent street, Glasgow; Wotton Hall, Staffordshire and Christ Church Court near St. Paulâ€™s in London.
Average block size:Â 1500L x 800W x 800H.