the edward brooke ii mansion 1887–88 , also known as 'brookeholm,' is a queen anne country house at 301 washington street in birdsboro, pennsylvania.: 284 designed by architect frank furness and completed in 1888, it was edward brooke ii's wedding present to his bride, anne louise clingan.: 60 five years later, edward ii himself designed a major addition to the mansion.
a wide porch wraps around the south, west, and north sides of the building, and features a split-face brick wall as its railing and paired doric columns as supports. the first-story porch continues above into the second-story porch, lined with smaller paired columns and a wooden balustrade of simple, square-section spindles.
bricket wood railway station is in the village of bricket wood, hertfordshire, england, on the abbey line 3¼ miles 5 km east of watford junction.the station and all trains serving it are operated by london northwestern railway and the services operate with a 4 car class 319 .
the rapahoe branch is a branch line railway that forms part of new zealand's national rail network and is located on the west coast of the south island.it has been operational since 1923 and was named the rapahoe industrial line until 2011.
in rail transport use, guard rails or check rails are placed parallel to regular running rail along areas of restricted clearance, such as a bridge, trestle, tunnel, or level crossing.these have the effect of keeping the wheels of rolling stock in alignment in case of derailment.it also helps to minimize damage to the structure and allows easier post-accident cleanup.
the albion river bridge is a wooden deck truss bridge crossing the albion river in mendocino county, california.it is the only remaining wooden bridge on california state route 1; dramatic views of the bridge are visible from the nearby town of albion, california. it was listed on the national register of historic places in july 2017.
a large front porch has a balcony on the second floor. a smaller balcony is on the east side of the house on the second floor. a porte-cochere, or carriage entrance, is on the west side with a wooden, circular stair to the sun porch. porches and balconies are decorated with wooden railings and pillars.
wood end is a railway station on the north warwickshire line serving the village of wood end in warwickshire, england.. situated on the stratford-upon-avon to birmingham route, the station was opened by the great western railway in 1908 along with the line, and was originally known as wood end platform, the suffix was later dropped.the station is located in a deep cutting.