Spon's Quarry Guide: To the British hard rock industry by H. Gill, Mr D I E Jones, D.I.E. Jones, J.L. Watson

By H. Gill, Mr D I E Jones, D.I.E. Jones, J.L. Watson

Spon's Quarry advisor presents entire and updated details on all of Britain's demanding rock quarrying undefined. For over seven hundred quarries it provides complete deal with, OS Map quantity and grid reference, phone and make contact with names. Rock variety, color, grain and items are indexed. The advisor additionally provides, for the 1st time in any book, the plant and kit used at every one quarry used for drilling, secondary breaking, load and haul and crushing.

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