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By: Andy Radford
128 pages, B/w photos, illus
In this book, written by an experienced craftsman, the author looks into the history of dry stone walling before demonstrating how to build a wall with step-by-step explanations accompanied by photographs and diagrams. Topics include: how to acquire suitable stone; tools of the trade; basic walling technique; building or repairing a curved wall; walling on slopes and gapping, retaining walls and variations.
`An enthralling read. Anyone with even the remotest interest in countryside skills will be sure to find inspiration in this book' Pete Hardwick, Countryside Volunteers Organiser, Peak District National Park Authority.
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