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Ref: 9-17 *

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“East Row, Sandsend”
Mr Yeoman with his donkey and cart can be seen talking with a ‘neighbour’ outside what is now The Hart Inn. To the right are the cement works and water driven saw mill.
Doggar stone was cut out of the cliff side to make cement which would be produced by forming layers of wood, coal and doggar stone. It would then be lit from the bottom and left to burn for 4 days. The result would be a large block which was broken down into dust then put into casks to be transported by horse and cart.

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Ref: 9-17 *

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“East Row, Sandsend”
Mr Yeoman with his donkey and cart can be seen talking with a ‘neighbour’ outside what is now The Hart Inn. To the right are the cement works and water driven saw mill.
Doggar stone was cut out of the cliff side to make cement which would be produced by forming layers of wood, coal and doggar stone. It would then be lit from the bottom and left to burn for 4 days. The result would be a large block which was broken down into dust then put into casks to be transported by horse and cart.

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