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Reclaimed Stones

Reclaimed Granite Blocks

  • Reclaimed granite blocks are perfect for this 2 tiered sea wall.

    Reclaimed Granite Blocks #21119

    Reclaimed granite blocks are perfect for this 2 tiered sea wall.


    Location

    Groton Long Point, CT


  • Reclaimed granite block sea wall with a useful lower tier makes a great addition.

    Reclaimed Granite Blocks #21125

    Reclaimed granite block sea wall with a useful lower tier makes a great addition.


    Location

    Groton Long Point, CT


  • Patina and weathering:  reclaimed granite block retaining sea wall.

    Reclaimed Granite Blocks #3033

    Patina and weathering: reclaimed granite block retaining sea wall.


    Location

    Salisbury, MA


  • Semi dimensional blocks used to make three foot high retaining wall

    Reclaimed Granite Blocks #3041

    Semi dimensional blocks used to make three foot high retaining wall


    Location

    Newburyport, MA


  • Smaller reclaimed granite blocks uses as circular sitting wall

    Reclaimed Granite Blocks #19436

    Smaller reclaimed granite blocks uses as circular sitting wall


    Architect

    Charles C. Hugo

    Location

    York, ME


  • Reclaimed Granite Blocks used in this beautiful outdoor living space as natural stone benches.

    Reclaimed Granite Blocks #3045

    Reclaimed Granite Blocks used in this beautiful outdoor living space as natural stone benches.


    Architect

    Matthew Cunningham Designs

    Location

    Brookline, MA


  • Dimensional granite blocks used in a new dam project

    Reclaimed Granite Blocks #3017

    Dimensional granite blocks used in a new dam project


    Location

    Washington, CT


  • Reclaimed Granite Blocks #3021


    Location

    Newburyport, MA


  • Reclaimed Granite Block Stone wall with capstone

    Reclaimed Granite Blocks #3049

    Reclaimed Granite Block Stone wall with capstone


  • Reclaimed Granite Blocks #17537


    Architect

    Spaulding Rehab Hospital, Boston, MA

    Location

    Boston, MA


  • Giant granite block teeth!

    Reclaimed Granite Blocks #17542

    Giant granite block teeth!


    Architect

    Hugo Landscape DesignSpaulding Rehab Hospital

    Location

    Boston, MA


  • Railroad trestle about to be removed for a stone retaining wall.

    Reclaimed Granite Blocks #3057

    Railroad trestle about to be removed for a stone retaining wall.


    Location

    Washington, CT


  • Big, Big stone retaining wall Blocks!  Ginormous!

    Reclaimed Granite Blocks #17547

    Big, Big stone retaining wall Blocks! Ginormous!


    Location

    Newburyport, MA


  • Curvature and character in this reclaimed granite block retaining wall

    Reclaimed Granite Blocks #17485

    Curvature and character in this reclaimed granite block retaining wall


  • Random granite blocks used in a playground

    Reclaimed Granite Blocks #17557

    Random granite blocks used in a playground


    Location

    Newburyport, MA


  • Old granite blocks make a great double sided wall.

    Reclaimed Granite Blocks #18725

    Old granite blocks make a great double sided wall.


    Location

    Newington, NH


Granite was the first industrial strength building material used in America.  Throughout New England, large pieces of granite were hammered into building blocks from small to massive in scale. These blocks were used in railroad trestles, cellar foundations and as walls of early American industrial buildings. As these structures are brought out of service, Stone Farm harvests the stone and then re-purposes them.  

Landscape Walls 

Reclaimed Granite Blocks are suitable for landscape walls of different sizes and functions. Most of the block range in depth and height from 18" to 24" making them a great material for a solid retaining wall. 

Granite Blocks for Stone Benches

From an old bridge to a natural garden bench filled with character! Our granite blocks are perfect for adding a piece of history to a garden setting. 

reclaimed granite block stone bench

Granite Blocks for Landings

By sawing granite blocks 4' x 5', down to about 4" in thickness, we are able to re-purpose old trestle stones from a local bridges, into handsome landings with great texture and patina. 


reclaimed granite block landing

 

Harvesting Reclaimed Blocks in Boston Common

Granite Block Raw Material

Rockport granite blocks

Rockport granite blocks

Granite paving blocks harvested from the Boston Commons

Granite paving blocks harvested from the Boston Commons

Granite blocks harvested and stacked

Granite blocks harvested and stacked

Old building parts

Old building parts

Harvested railroad trestle blocks

Harvested railroad trestle blocks

  • Rockport granite blocks
  • Granite paving blocks harvested from the Boston Commons
  • Granite blocks harvested and stacked
  • Old building parts
  • Harvested railroad trestle blocks