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Stoneco Lime City Quarry (Maumee Stone Co. Quarry; Lime City Quarry), Lime City, Wood Co., Ohio, USA

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Latitude & Longitude (WGS84): 41° 32' 7'' North , 83° 33' 51'' West
Latitude & Longitude (decimal): 41.5352924288, -83.5642623901


A quarry for building stone in the Lockport Dolomite and Greenfield Dolomite. The quarry is located in section 11, SW ¼ in Perrysburg Township. Most of the quarry is now flooded (beginning in 2010) and abandoned.

In 2003, Stoneco’s Ohio quarries became part of Shelley Materials, Incorporated. Ernest Carlson (2015) lists the Lime City Quarry as the Shelley Materials, Inc., Lime City Quarry (formerly Stoneco and Maumee Stone Co.).

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References

Kahle, C.F. and Floyd, J.C. (1968) Structures and fabrics in some middle and upper Silurian dolostones northwestern Ohio. Field Trip Guidebook. The Ohio Academy of Science, 43rd Annual Geology Field Trip, April 20, 1968: 28-30.

Medici, J.C. (1983) Celestite and sulfur from Southeastern Michigan. Rocks and Minerals: 58 (3): p. 127

Carlson, E.H. (1991) Minerals of Ohio. Ohio Department of Natural Resource: Bulletin 69: 155.

Carlson, E.H. (2015) Minerals of Ohio: Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Bulletin 69: 290.

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