Indiana Limestone has been a favorite material for building architects utilizing classical design in North America for almost two centuries. The first commercial quarry was started in 1827 near Stinesville, Indiana. As the expansion of railroad networks continued through the nineteenth century, demand for Indiana Limestone for use in traditional building veneer, trim and accents skyrocketed. It remains a preferred choice in historic and iconic projects across North America to this day.
Indiana Limestone’s popularity is derived from its inherent characteristics: natural product, aesthetic beauty, ease of fabrication, long lasting durability and fire resistance. This unmatched list of benefits makes it the logical choice for a wide range of classically designed architectural projects.
Traditional architectural elements made with Indiana Limestone include: