tatenhill is a civil parish in the district of east staffordshire, staffordshire, england.it contains 29 buildings that are recorded in the national heritage list for england.of these, three are listed at grade ii*, the middle grade, and the others are at grade ii, the lowest grade.
if the small entrance in the door of a large gate has a high threshold, it may be called a manway. if it is a separate, narrow entrance next to the main gate, it may be called a pedestrian entrance. this type of double entrance is rather uncommon, however, and was only worth having at large sites where there was a lot of coming and going.
the gates themselves could be wood or more commonly cast iron, wrought iron or mild steel. a large number of the cast iron gates were removed by the ministry of works in world war ii to be melted down and used to build weapons, etc. once removed these gates were rarely replaced.
a black ironwork fence with spiked newel posts runs along the front of the house and up each side of the step to the door. the fence rises above the step into a double-swirled archway, supporting an iron gas lamp surmounted by a crown. see the entrance door c1930: as seen from the outside
install a double door, including frame, on a linen closet. then install a shelving system and fill it with linens. episode 6: to the top. challenge 1: build a large garden shed in 6 hours, with the help of 2 crew who they must manage, having the night before to plan it. challenge 2:
the verandah floor is asphalt over flagging, while a wrought iron fence with dagger tops and on a rounded stone plinth runs right around the verandah. there is an original double gate matching the fence. double doors on the western end of the verandah where it abuts another building may be original. windows are simple double sash, single paned .
pet doors with infrared locks open only when a collar-mounted device transmits the correct code to the latch's receiver, allowing owners to have multiple flaps that different pets can use, e.g. a small cat flap to the back yard and a large dog door accessing a dog run. either type can be used to selectively allow one pet outside access, while denying it to another e.g., an ill animal that needs to stay indoors .
the original single rolled steel entrance gate which was located on the axis of the building in hawthorne street has been replaced with a set of low double gates which have maintained the rolled steel beehive pattern. what appear to be original gate posts have been relocated inside this gate.
the latter were often double gates, large and heavy, designed to allow the passage of wagons, coaches and horsemen. the purpose of wickets was to avoid the risk of having to open the main gates to the castle or city for just one or two individuals on foot. because the wicket was only one person wide,.
there are double gates in this fence which allow vehicle access to the site. to the east of the main building, fronting bourbong street, there is a low masonry fence with a small pedestrian gateway enclosing parking space accessed from the side street. the rear of the site, fronting post office lane, is enclosed with a modern wire fence.
a turnstile, also called a baffle gate, is a form of gate which allows one person to pass at a time. it can also be made so as to enforce one-way traffic of people, and in addition, it can restrict passage only to people who insert a coin, a ticket, a pass, or similar.
the walls and gate piers were designed by william eden nesfield. the walls are in red brick with grey sandstone dressings on a double-chamfered plinth, they have chamfered coping, and form a rough l-shaped plan. most of the piers are in brick on chamfered plinths, and have pyramidal caps with trumpet finials.
in the 1980s and 1990s most parts of australia had a building boom which strained building supplies, so many buildings from this era are characterised by cheap and low quality materials. a good cross section of australian residential architectural styles from this period, although not necessarily falling into one of the categories above, follows.
two sets of casement windows open into the opposite elevation. the window nearest to the front is a double set. there is a wooden door between these windows. a double wooden door approached by a long ramp provides access in the middle of the rear eastern elevation. double sets of casement windows are located either side of this door.
the sealed historic gates comprise four that are at least partially preserved the double golden gate in the eastern wall, and the single, triple, and double gates in the southern wall , with several other gates discovered by archaeologists of which only traces remain the gate of the essenes on mount zion, the gate of herod's royal palace .