Olde New England Granite features reclaimed granite from Boston’s defunct Scollay Square police station and park for reuse as building materials. Town records indicate that the granite may have been quarried and set in the historic site as early as 1838. When the square was demolished in the 1950s, the granite from steps, landings, posts, and foundation pieces was salvaged in hopes that the square would be reconstructed. Olde New England Granite is now repurposing the weathered granite for many uses, including fireplace mantels, header pieces, landscape stoops, and steps. oldenewenglandgranite.com.