sandstone sill

sandstone sill

[′san‚stōn ′sil]
(geology)
A tabular mass of sandstone that has been emplaced by sedimentary injection parallel to the structure or by bedding of preexisting rock in the manner of an igneous sill.
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Although the railway was not primarily for passengers, Raglan was one of a number of stations on the line, built in 1876, and constructed of brick, with sandstone sills and heads to the window and door openings.
Renovation work includes stone flagged flooring,cast iron radiators and a double glazed conservatory with Gothic style windows and sandstone sills.
Although the railway was not primarily for passengers, Raglan was one of a number of passenger stations on the line, built in 1876, and constructed of brick, with sandstone sills and heads to the window and door openings.