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Giant pitch-pine timber structural beams that once supported the roof of the Weir Engineering factory in Oldham, the classic building that featured in several Lowry paintings, have been reclaimed by Victorian Wood Works for a major refurbishment at Stonyhurst College, near Clitheroe in Lancashire. Established 10 years ago, Victorian Wood Works majors in the reclamation of all timbers, including exotics and antique boards, and converts them to flooring, wall panelling and more.

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