Follow the yellow brick road

By Lindsay Gale12 March 2008

Traditional London brick is a tell-tale yellow colour that comes from the clay used in their manufac

Traditional London brick is a tell-tale yellow colour that comes from the clay used in their manufacture

General Reclaimed Brick will be based out of General Demolition's Walton on Thames facility and will provide a wide range of yellow and mixed stock bricks to developers, house builders and the general building trade.

Typically, the bricks the company will be able to provide will be more than 60 years old, and frequently feature special characteristics and colour variations that give them a unique charm and character. Distinctive yellow coloured London stock bricks are among the most sought after for decorative, conservational and structural use, as well as being the most common brick type used in London.

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