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Are these technically dry stone walls? It looks like a layer of mortar under the capping stones. Very nice anyway.
It used to be said that the statue of the Black Prince had been placed in City Square , near the station, pointing South to tell all the southerners who've just got off the train to b****r off back down south!
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They look so smart the cost must be quite high compared to brick walls but they do match the property's in the back ground.Dry stone walls go back hundreds of years and a lot of them in the Yorkshire Dales go that far back if erected properly they require no maintenance, and except for ground movement last for many many years.
No matter were i end my days im an Hunslet lad with Hunslet ways.