We have given less veranda to this house than to the last, because its style does not require it, and it is a cheaper and less pains-taking establishment throughout, although, perhaps, quite as convenient in its arrangement as the other. The veran... Read more of Farm House 7 Miscellaneous at Scary Stories.caInformational Site Network Informational
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shows the method of tenoning the principal rafter to the king post, whilst illustrates the tenoning of the struts to the king post, and the king post to the tie beam. Both these examples are used in roof work. (See also .)


Fig. 162.—Drawbore Pinning. Fig. 162.—Drawbore Pinning.








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Fig. 164.


Operation of Pegs in Drawbore Pinning.







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