Rubble wall

Rubble wall

A rubble wall, either coursed or uncoursed.

rubble wall

A wall, either coursed or uncoursed, of rubble.
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Next contractors will provide installation of geotextile drain mat and weep system, installation and compaction of clean backfill material, replacement of concrete sidewalk, curb, gutter, and asphalt parking, repairs to the masonry rubble wall, restoration of metal guardrail, and associated site restoration.
The final one, created nestling against the rubble wall and beside the existing wall was square and is perfect to house a featured specimen.
I followed a path through a massive rubble wall surmounted by decorative Kangura battlements and saw the first of the Tughlaq tombs and smaller chain's [stone parasols] which occupy the enclosed ground to the east of an L-plan madrasa.
The cairns that are left have been unsystematically robbed of many of their stones by farmers down the ages, and now all that remains is a couple of relatively untouched mounds and a rubble wall.
Recumbent stone circles are generally associated with `ring cairns': unbroken circular enclosures, open at the centre and defined by a rubble wall.
BATTERED Wreckage of Ford Focus RS RUBBLE Wall demolished HIT BY BRICK Victim John, 72 HOME HELP John's house is now held by metal supports
Forming the western boundary of the courtyard and disappearing into the interior of the building, a big rubble wall refers to the traditional limestone structures of the area (St Mary's church in Cowley, dating from c1200, has a rubble stone nave).
Tenders are invited for Construction Of Rubble Wall Work At Doli Talav
dismantling existing slanting rubble wall & reconstructing compound wall with rr masonary with cm 1:5 (same as existing wall) pointing with cm 1:3, supplying & fixing barbed wire on ms angle, painting etc.
construction underpinning and stabilisation works related to the existing building and boundary stone / rubble wall.
The metal balcony is propped from the rubble wall, and is an addition to traditional forms, as is the shallow pyramid of the roof.