gable end


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gable end

gable end
A wall of a building having a gable at its end; a gable wall; also called a gable-end wall.
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Baker Street in Middlesbrough, and the Conan Doyle-themed artwork on one gable end
QI LIVE in a bungalow which has white pebble dash and a big brown stain has appeared on the gable end.
The painting on the gable end of an Irish Republican Prisoners Welfare Association premises in Derry shows a masked man with an RPG launcher and another man with an assault rifle under the words "Unfinished Revolution".
Hand pump The house is called Old Well House for a reason - the well is under the gable end.
There is also an altar area in the kitchen/breakfast room with a fabulous feature stained-glass window to the gable end.
Winds of up to 80 mph blew off the the gable end of a house in Jarrow and the same happened to a house in Sunderland.
Kirklees Council planners have blocked a plan to put eight advertising boards around the former Colne Mills site in the village, including one on the gable end of residential premises at Britannia Road.
The gable end of his house faces the sea and takes the full force of the wind and weather.
Then the box beams were trimmed out (Photo 8), and a double frieze board installed to hide the increase in roof thickness without requiring redoing the gable end siding (Photo 9).
Colin Davies, 52, of Gable End, Hill Street, Quarry Road, Brynteg, has been warned to expect a significant prison sentence.
Lift the gable end without the door into place, and use a prop to hold it upright.