Below are two examples of stone walling. The first example is of a traditional dry stone wall which required rebuilding. Nearly all of the existing stone was re-used and new Farmington stone was mixed in to create the finished wall slightly higher than the original. The sequence of images shows the beginning stages of construction with large base stones tying through, along with the half completed and finished wall.
This second example shows a dry stone wall cladding over an existing rendered block wall. The images show how the effect of a dry stone wall is achieved with a cement mortar backing for strength.