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Dry Stone Walling (All Regions) Techniques in Action

By: Andy Radford
Runtime: 85 min
Manufacturer: Crowood Press
Dry Stone Walling (All Regions)
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Dry stone walls are a distinguishing and attractive feature of upland Britain. Yet there are many in a state of disrepair. Shot in the beautiful landscape of north Wales, this inspiring film guides the viewer through the technique of building and repairing a dry stone wall.

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Andy Radford has been building dry stone walls for over twenty years, and has acted as a consultant, designer and contractor. He runs a landscape business in north Wales.

By: Andy Radford
Runtime: 85 min
Manufacturer: Crowood Press
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