Here are a few of the driveways
That we have installed over the years.
Things haven’t really changed that much since Roman Britain, apart from these salient points.
Doomsday Cobbles, East Worthel Farm Westlake Apparently East Worthel Farm is in the Doomsday book, and the cobbles used here came out of the concreted milking parlour where cobble were found beneath and more cobbles underneath them. These are used on this drive
Dwarf Wall and driveway using Bradstone's Sunset Antique Indian Sandstone
Triton paving with individuality by adding the grey 400 x 400 paving modules to break up a large expanse of paving
Drums very steep Drive in roughcast concrete with drainage chanels Nr Harbetonford Totness
A Parking Courtyard for a property in Elburton carried out many moons ago
A very environmentally friendly drive/parking bay,
The cobbles in the foreground forming almost an arc wer laid by us back in 1988/9
This is a continuation of them, combined with Marshall's Tegula sets on both sides
This Granite sett driveway in Vapron Road Plymouth was deliberately pointed below the surface on request from the client
The Top section of Driveway at Maryfield Coachhouse Anthony, Torpoint.
The view from the bottom of Margaret's driveway, in Vapron Road.
The bottom section of Driveway at Maryfield Coachhouse Anthony, Torpoint.
Another driveway in Southland Park road using Stonemarket's Forrest Blend.
Argent by Marshall's was the product used on this driveway in Southland Park Road Wembury
A very environmentally friendly drive/parking bay, These particular ones are produced in Germany, and were lovingly brought back in this carpet fitters van a few at a time.