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Ketton stone

Ketton stone is a Jurassic oolitic limestone, cream to pale yellow or pink in colour, used as a building stone since the 1500s. Ketton Stone has been more widely used outside the county than within - most notably at Cambridge where it has been used in many of the colleges for over 300 years.

  • Wren Library at Trinity College, Cambridge (167695)
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  • Nevile's Court Cloisters, Trinity College, Cambridge
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  • Pembroke College Chapel, Cambridge (1665)
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  • Emmanuel College Chapel, Cambridge (1667-68)
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  • Clare College Bridge, Cambridge (1639-40)
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  • Clare College Old Court, Cambridge (1638)
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  • Front of the Pepys' Library, Magdalene College, Cambridge (1670-1703)
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  • North Range of Peterhouse, Cambridge (1738-42)
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  • Chapel at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge (1823-27)
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  • King's College Gatehouse, Cambridge (1824)
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  • Downing College, Cambridge (1818-1820)
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  • Arcade of the old Museum of Classical Archaeology, Little St Mary's Lane, Cambridge (1884)
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  • Queens Building, Emmanuel College, Cambridge (1995)
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  • Howard Theatre, Downing College, Cambridge (2010)
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  • Burghley House, Stamford (1558-87)
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  • Dressings and finishings at Sandringham House, Norfolk
  • Custom House in King's Lynn (1683)
  • Ely Union Workhouse (1836-37)
  • The Clock Tower in Leicester (1868)
  • Repairs of York Minster, Ely Cathedral, the Tower of London and Exeter Cathedral
  • Porticoed entranceway of Hibbins House, Ketton (1890s)
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