Below are some images of walls I have come to
know and love (mostly!)
Tall retaining dry stone wall
Limestone wall with feature
Buxton Driveway Wall
As with many walls in Buxton, the road side is beautifully coursed gritstone and the house side, random limestone. With this wall it was leaning heavily over onto the drive as can be seen below...
We dismantled the entire wall removing large amounts of mortar and rebuilt but replacing the limestone with sandstone.
It looks fantastic!
A rebuild of a garden wall on a steep garden next to the River Derwent
Domestic walls built with Trevor Wragg (Master Craftsman)
Summer 2017 - 70m of Domestic Walling with features in Ford
Features in Domestic Walls, Ford 2017
Summer 2016 - Flower beds at Scropton
Topped off with Indian Sandstone slabs from Pennine Paving
Garden Wall with Steps
Chesterfield Summer 2016 Working solo
Rebuild of a lovely driveway wall, a delight to build with fantastic coursed local stone.
and with builder's mate acting as lookout!
Winter 2016/17 Field Wall repairs Kirk Ireton;
|BEFORE - Hit by articulated lorry following sat nav!|
AFTER - Repaired by Waller following tradition!
Trevor and I were asked to rebuild and complete a beautiful curved wall of around 40m in length. Built with sandstone with a small gateway at the lower end.
Recent projects up to December 2015
Curved garden wall (sandstone) Kirk Ireton
Using enormous stone as footings (at least they won't move!) I built this lovely curved wall which is currently awaiting a decision on copes possibly flat or possibly the traditional half rounds. The grass is slightly yellow as we used boards on the grass to protect it from the several tonnes of stone sitting on it for a week or so!
Sandstone offcuts used to hide an oil bund (Kirk Ireton)
November 2014 - First wall ever built
Hooray! finished next section of wall. Now the owner of the final stretch has asked me to complete his bit too! So by the end it'll be completely rebuilt.
|to this...deeply satisfying!|
|One happy waller!|
Current project, rebuilding a semi retaining gritstone wall in Kirk Ireton
|A very lose and wonky wall|
|A common fault in walls where running joints create weakness|