double chimney

double chimney

1. A pair of exterior chimneys, of approximately the same size, one on each side of a gable end of a house.
2. The chimneys for two fireplaces that open back to back, serving two different rooms; commonly has two flues.
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Brent Smithson, who is handling this sale at Christie & Co, said: "The building itself retains many original features including exposed brickwork and stone flags as well as a double chimney in the dining area.
another litre of cod liver oil nurse, these double chimney stacks are a bugger to pass.
Each side has its own fireplace with a double chimney.
Since 1955 all of Colletts' 'King' class were modified with elongated double chimneys in place of the former circular ones, hence the confusion.