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Portland stone: how a creamy British limestone became a symbol of empire and elitism

By Matthew Warke, Research Fellow, School of Earth & Environmental Sciences, University of St Andrews
Alice Butler-Warke, Lecturer in Sociology, Robert Gordon University
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Stone from one small island was used in Buckingham Palace, the British Museum, St Paul’s Cathedral and many other landmarks.

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