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We are one of Scotland’s major processors of natural stone for construction and hard landscaping. See how we get the stone from the ground to you in our video.

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Scottish Whin Namestones & Datestones

Our dark Scottish Whin is ideal for sandblasting and engraving. Suitable for house names, numbers etc.    

BT Sport Filming at Tradstocks

Finn Russell has recently just visited our yard in Thornhill where he was an apprentice before he became a professional rugby player for Scotland. Tradstocks featured on BT Sport last week where Finn, took himself back to the mason days and carved a piece of stone!  

Recent work in Bridge of Allan

Stone work we cut and supplied for The Royal Hotel in Bridge of Allan, as well as The Walmer Hotel.  The Royal Hotel The Walmer Hotel    

Reclaimed Whin Setts

Approx 350 tonnes of good quality reclaimed Whin Setts available ex stock. Average dimensions: 200-300mm long x 100-120mm wide x 150-180mm high. Supplied either bagged or delivered bulk nationwide. Loose: £90.00 + VAT/ tonne   ~  Bagged: £110.00 + VAT/ tonne  

Tradstocks Open Day 2015

John Swinney MSP, Deputy First Minister of Scotland, opens a new stone processing facility at Tradstocks, Stirling.

Tradstocks New Whin Setts.

We produce and stock a range of Scottish Whin Setts. These traditional paving stones are extremely hard and durable, produced with an attractive and slip resistant textured surface.

Fine Cullalo

March 2015 Our Cullalo quarry near Burntisland, Fife has yielded some great quality material recently.

New Scottish Whin Paving/Flagstones

Our new automated line is producing a range of fine Whin paving. Generally supplied in Random Lengths x 450mm wide x 25mm – 80mm in height. Available in Blue Grey or Red Fleck Whin.  

Kelso Town Square

October 2014 Tradstocks recently supplied the new Whin Setts, Kerbs and Street Furniture for Kelso Town Square. Thanks to Scottish Borders Council for their support by using locally sourced materials.