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Lantoom Slate Quarry (United Kingdom)

The stone was formed during the Devonian geological period - 400 million years ago. The stone is a form of slate. However, unlike roofing slate, Lantoom Quarry stone forms natural small boulders whose dimensions make them ideal for use as a facing stone

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Last updated March 16th 2010 by carnkie
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Last updated March 16th 2010 by carnkie

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Major Mining Region

Lantoom Slate Quarry belongs to the Central Cornwall region.

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