A steel fastener used to join a rafter to its tie beam.
A stone at the bottom of a gate pier; used to mount the bottom hinge pin for the gate.
1. A post or stanchion at the free end of the partition of a stall. 2. A post to receive the hinges of a gate (either part of the …
Same as seat cut.
1. The lower end of an upright timber, esp. one resting on a support. 2. The lower end of the hanging stile of a door. 3. The floor brace …
Trees and shrubs in a row forming a fence which encloses or separates fields.
1. A barrier or fence formed by bushes or small trees growing close together; 2. A closely grown row of any kind of shrubbery.
Same as hexastyle.
A metric unit of area equal to 10,000 square meters; approximately 21⁄2 acres.
1. A door having its upper part hinged independently of its lower part, or one with an open or latticework panel. 2. A latticed gate.