intermediate landing


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intermediate landing

A horizontal platform between flights of stairs separating two floors.
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Weather has also been poor between the Antelope Valley and the intermediate landing fields en route to Florida.
Hence the need for an intermediate landing at the top of the box to which escalators descend from the level of the upper lines.
He did that by adding to the radio communications stations and intermediate landing fields constructed by his predecessors a system of rotating light beacons along a transcontinental airway connecting New York and San Francisco.
Utility/laundry room, cloakroom and an intermediate landing with fitted cloakroom.
With the house's first floor three feet above grade, making it accessible would require a ramp with an intermediate landing 41-feet long.
The new service patterns offer benefits to passengers travelling from Zurich to Africa and the Middle East, too: all these flights will now be operated non-stop, with no intermediate landing in Geneva.
These consist of 2 staircases and an intermediate landing respectively.
The second entrance is on the south side to the intermediate landing stairs, where there is access to the garden.
The tower consists of a walkway that meanders in the clearing between the existing trees where intermediate landing at designated places creates space along the walkway.

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