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Coromandel Quarry & Contracting
Coromandel granite is not really granite; its a tonalite rock that is well suited for construction and statuary. Its been quarried since the early 1900s and was used to build New Zealands Parliament Buildings, the Auckland Chief Post Office, and the Auckland War
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The idea is to have the stone squared at the quarry, and dressed in Auckland. A small plant, consisting of derricks and tram-line, will thus be required, and a very Moderate sum, it is estimated, will cover the cost. Mr. Bartley states that when polished the stone presents a similar face to the polished pillars in front of the Bank of New South Wales buildings in Queen-street, and is of equal quality in every way.
Coromandel Quarry, Coromandel, Coromandel Peninsula, Thames-Coromandel District, Waikato Region, New Zealand : Road metal Quarry near Te Kouma with an older quarry to the East. Andesitic material This page contains all mineral locality references listed on
Weston is home to the largest Oamaru stone quarry in New Zealand, supplying New Zealand and exporting much overseas. on the Coromandel Peninsula. History Frame Read more
Quick Description: An unusal historic wharf situated at Paritu, north of Colville, on the Coromandel Peninsula. Location: North Island, New Zealand Date Posted: 3/7/2010 10:48:52 AM
Australia also has huge tracts of granite which are used extensively throughout Australia whilst in New Zealand our commercially used granite is restricted to Coromandel granite. Bluff granite was used quite extensively during the 1940's and 1950's this quarry is no longer viable.
Quarries in New Zealand on Yellow®. Trusted local business listings and maps. For all your farm and race metals, contact the team at Andersons Quarry Limited today. For driveways, drainage metal, crushed blue rock, crushed brown
The Aggregate & Quarry Association representing New Zealand’s Quarrying sector. Sourcing aggregate at local sites, safely and at reasonable cost, is fundamental to our nation's future. Aggregate is sourced from rock quarries and from river stones and produced in sizes from tiny pebbles through to rocks as big as a table.