I`m afraid this page is still under development.
In 1998/9 I rewrote the British Trust for Conservation Volunteers "Dry Stone Walling: A Practical Guide". One of the aspects of this was to neutralise the text, the original often referring to a specific regional method as if it was the only widespread approach. This approach required additional information on regional variations. Coping, throughstones and batter were well covered however constraints of space and time (and complexity) meant that the information on patterns of stonework was left out. This text is a modified version of what I had intended to include in the book.

Currently all that is available is rough text, without photos which if you really want to see click here.