Reclaimed sidewalk slabs, cobblestones and curbing create this one of a kind outdoor living space. (more pictures)
Medina stone was first discovered during construction on the Erie Canal. It didn’t take long for its popularity to explode for paving projects—and it’s not hard to see why. Medina sidewalks are visually striking and extremely durable.
At the height of Medina stone’s popularity, more than 40 quarries operated near the village of Medina in Orleans County, New York. Stones shipped all over the world for paving and construction projects; notable examples include Buckingham Palace in London, historic brownstones in New York City and the New York State Capitol in Albany.
Today, these beautifully worn slabs can be used for restoration projects, as well as new walkways, sidewalks and more. Slabs are available in a variety of sizes, colors and surface textures, allowing you to create an organic, interesting feature around your home or business.