Reclaimed regulation cobblestones from the historic Peace Bridge show its broad color range. (more pictures)
These historic regulation cobblestones are 5”x 5”x 9” and serve as perfect rustic paving supply for driveways, roads, plazas, landscapes, and walkways. The salvaged stones weigh approximately 21 pounds each and are very square, making them easy to handle and install. The stone has a beautifully broad color range of purple, pink, grays and reds which uniquely separates the cobblestone from many other antique materials. Request a sample today and we will send over a piece of history for you to see with your own eyes! To discover more about the history of our these landmark Peace Bridge Regulation Cobbles, visit the History section below.
The Peace Bridge, built between 1925 and 1927, serves as the international bridge crossing over the Niagara River between the United States and Canada. The Peace Bridge measures 3,580 feet in length from abutment to abutment and 36 feet wide from curb to curb. The main approaches to the Peace Bridge are from the Queen Elizabeth Way (QEW) on the Canadian side and the New York State Thruway I-190 from the United States side. Renovations of the bridge approaches allowed Experienced Brick and Stone to reclaim the historic stone materials!