Photo: Dry Stone Walling Across Canada

These dry limestone bridges across Hubb Creek will stand proudly like this for hundreds of years. That’s without cement, concrete, steel or any other material apart from stone and the skill of the people who made it.

It was built by members of the DSWAC www.dswa.ca in Wellington, Ontario, Canada at the Karlo Estates Vineyard www.karloestates.com.

The bridge uses 38 tons of limestone and was built by 5 students, 3 labourers with 1 instructor in less than 9 days.

Photo: Dry Stone Walling Across Canada

Photo: Dry Stone Walling Across Canada