Photos of Coade Stone Pillars WelcomeHeritageEventsLinksContact Us Hover your mouse pointer over each photo below, to see an enlarged photograph and description. Back The restored Coade Stone Pillars The derelict paddling pool in 2005 One of the pillars at Argyle House before it was painted. The same pillar at Argyle House having been painted grey The pillar sections in Council storage. The paddling pool having been demolished. The garden having been planted in 2006. A close up of some of the chimneys at Dalmeny House. Fleur de lys quadrants after cleaning. Rose and crown quadrants after cleaning. Taking the mould off a new rose and crown quadrant to complete a circle. The circle for the pillars. The bases for the pillars being put in. The pillars under construction. The structural supports inside the pillars. Part of one of the crown tops being lifted into the garden. The fleur de lys pillar being constructed. Lion quadrants after cleaning. A conservator working on one of the smaller pillars. The larger pillar with its new crown top.