Coping stone


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Coping stone

The stone block that forms a coping to a wall.

coping stone, capstone, copestone

coping stone
A stone which forms a coping.
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3) Coping Stones: Depending upon the type of coping stones, you should look for various things.
Without a coping stone, rain will not run off and the wall becomes saturated.
Spokesman Keith Lumley said: ``They are pushing heavy coping stones from the bridge onto the railway tracks below in a deliberate attempt to derail a train.
66 mA, basic sculpture making, coping stone wall placement of 8.
We have stripped and removed the low level roof in the central garden area, recovered the roof coverings in felt and reinstalled the coping stones on completion.
Each pot is actually made from three curved coping stones laid on their sides, forming a triangular planting space.
The concrete cast coping stones on my boundary wall are crumbling.
I use this tool a lot, especially for removing paint from coping stones and it has never let me down.
The repairs are expected to be completed by mid-October and include rebuilding one of the bridge's brick parapets and replacing its sandstone coping stones.
QI HAVE a brick-built raised bed in my garden with white coping stones that are very pitted.
A spokesman for Smethwick Police said: "These coping stones are important to the character of the area and we do not want any more victims of theft.
The treatment facility, based on successful plants in other coastal cities, such as Cardiff and Dublin, will be sunk into Wellington Dock and coping stones, dock features and furniture will be retained where possible.