cross passage

cross passage

A passageway across one end of an open hall, 2 that separates the hall from the area that serviced the hall.
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This also included implementation of the design of two 40-50ft shafts and a cross passage, as well as two ventilation adits excavated through rock.
Llwyn Celyn still has its original floor plan with cross passage and service rooms, central hall and parlour wing
The present building was built as a Snowdonia cross passage house in about 1553 and modernised in 1580.
The North Korean statement also said the ''closed Panmunjom north-south Red Cross passage should be reopened and the freezing of (the consultative office for economic cooperation) in the Kaesong Industrial Zone be lifted as a measure of good faith for opening the channel of dialogue and improving the north-south relations.
The house was built around 1740, says owner David Deans, and was originally two properties with a cross passage, which were knocked into one a few years later.
The house is now restored with a full central cross passage from front to back.
The tunnel consists of two tubes roughly 800 m long with a central cross passage and four SOS niches, with each lie in the outer area of ?
The local allocation of cross passages is shown in the register E in document E02 and E03.
One way a tunnel designer can improve evacuation is to add additional cross passages to an adjacent tunnel.
Thoroughly scrape cross passages, ends of passages and other places where cattle stand, such as the water trough area;
Blasting will be used to cut cross passages and utility rooms in the rock between the two tunnels for the Metro Red Line subway extension between Hollywood and Universal City, Revey said.