Greenstone Slate selected slate supplier for historic preservation project

by | Jan 2, 2017 | News and Information, Slate Durability, Slate Roof Benefits | 0 comments

Greenstone Slate is honored to have been selected to provide the slate for the Tuxedo Train Station historic restoration project in Tuxedo, NY, just outside of New York City.

The station was built in 1885 and later listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2000. In 2009, the town of Tuxedo collaborated with historians to help restore the train station back to its original appearance.

Visit our Slate Project Gallery to see more photos and information on the Tuxedo Train Station’s slate roof and other slate roof and wall cladding projects.

We are ready to assist you with selecting and specifying slate, advising on slate roof or cladding installation, or to help a homeowners find a contractor. Simply call 800-619-4333 or contact us here.

 

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