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Ketton stone

Ketton stone is a Jurassic oolitic limestone used as a building stone for many centuries. It is named after the village of Ketton in Rutland, England.

Nowadays, the major quarry at Ketton produces limestone for the adjoining cement works, but selected stone is still set aside for cut building blocks.

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