by the 1860s, the village was named coed poeth, and this form of the name remained until the 1940s at the latest. the majority of 18th to early 20th century buildings in the village are constructed from local sandstone quarried at penygelli quarries, with later examples being built with ruabon red brick.
rondout borders the rondout creek. the creek empties into the hudson through a large, protected tidal area. rondout was established by the dutch in the seventeenth century as an indian trading post; furs were brought from the inland areas down the rondout, walkill and esopus creeks and sent by boat down the hudson river to new york city.
rockwood hall was a gilded age mansion in mount pleasant, new york, on the hudson river.it was best-known as the home of william rockefeller, brother of john d. rockefeller, both co-founders of the standard oil company.other owners of the house or property included alexander slidell mackenzie, william henry aspinwall, and lloyd aspinwall.the property was once up to 1,000 acres 400 ha in size .
boddam is a coastal village in aberdeenshire, scotland.it is 29 miles 47 km north of aberdeen and 3 miles 4.8 km south of peterhead.sea cliffs rise to 200 feet 61 m , south of the village: a coastal path leads along these to the bullers of buchan.. the adjoining settlement, on the aberdeen to peterhead road, was for many years known simply as stirling: in 2004, it was renamed stirling .
there are more than 300 quarries which produce, amongst other stones, onyx and white and red marbles. algerian onyx from ain tekbalet was used by the romans, and many ancient quarries have been found near sidi ben yebka, some being certainly those from which the long-lost numidian marbles were taken. salt is collected on the margins of the chotts.
the slate industry is the industry related to the extraction and processing of slate. slate is either quarried from a slate quarry or reached by tunneling in a slate mine . common uses for slate include as a roofing material, a flooring material, gravestones and memorial tablets, and for electrical insulation.
the rosendale region of southeastern new york state is widely recognized as the source of the highest quality natural cement in north america. the rosendale region was also coveted by geologists, such as w. w. mather, a geologist working for the state of new york, for its unusual exposed bedrock.
the establishment of mining and heavy industry which have developed for the past centuries has resulted in the unique character of the cityscape; its typical aspects are the red brick housing estates constructed for the poorer working class, factory chimneys, manufacturing plants, power stations and quarries. the inhabitants of a large mining .
this article describes the geology of the brecon beacons national park in mid/south wales.the area gained national park status in 1957 with the designated area of 1,344 km 2 519 sq mi including mountain massifs to both the east and west of the brecon beacons proper. the geology of the national park consists of a thick succession of sedimentary rocks laid down from the late ordovician through .
five years later, after using him mostly as a pitcher, they in turn trade him to the newly renamed team of the new york yankees since 1913, formerly the 'new york highlanders' which had before 1903 been the old baltimore orioles charter franchise when the american league began in 1901. the yankees at that time had not established a very .
a number of sober apartment blocks in red brick line the north side of the street on both sides of toftsgårds plads toftegaards plads 1-5- lyshøj allé 1-13- vigerslev allé 58-74- aarestrupsvej 1-7 and 2-6- overskousvej 1-7 and 2-8 . they are from 1921–24 and were designed by rolf schroeader with frederik wagner as executing architect.