Reclaimed Harbor Oak Flooring

This flooring was milled from the massive oak pier pilings that were salvaged from Battery Wharf in Boston.
The North Battery of Boston Harbor was built in 1646 from timbers and filled with earth. A strategic point of defense, it was maintained with men and arms until the end of the Revolution. Expanded in 1706, it was sold to Jeffrey & Russell in the late 1780s and became known as Jeffrey’s Wharf, one of many in the harbor. For decades and through several re-builds, large industrial warehouses stood upon the wood pilings driven into the harbor.
During a current renovation, a massive demolition project was undertaken where many of the existing oak wharf pilings were removed from the harbor to make way for new concrete pilings which would support new buildings. We were able to salvage these old oak pilings.
This panel board shows finished flooring from the Battery Wharf stock. The color of the boards is beautiful, with unusual black striations that add to the character. We’ve milled this material in widths from 2-1/2″ to 7″, with a tongue and groove profile.
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Thickness: 3/4″
Widths: 2-1/2″ to 7″
Random Lengths: 2′ – 12′
Quantity Available: 379 square feet available for pickup or delivery.
Price:Please call for pricing.


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