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Binny Quarry Binny Quarry (Sandstone)
Binny Quarry (Sandstone)
Binny Quarry (Sandstone)
Revd [Reverend] George Boag Uphall
Revd [Reverend] John Smith Ecclesmachan
Mr W. Arbuckle Wyndford
006 An Excellent Sandstone Quarry at the N.W. [North West] angle of the Parish of Uphall and a short distance south from the Village of Ecclesmachan. The stone is considered of a Very Superior quality for Building purposes &c it is a fine sandstone, and Known in the "market" and among Builders, as "Binny Quarry Stone". It has not been worked for the last few years: the working being Considered expensive, in Consequence of the depth of the stone beneath the surface. The last occupier was Mr Duncan; the Earl of Buchan is the proprietor. There is another extensive Quarry of the same Quality stone, a short distance to the West of this, in Linlithgow Parish, which is also Called Binny Quarry. They are not distinguished by any prefix or otherwise, one from the other.

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