chimney stack


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chimney stack

n
(Building) the part of a chimney that rises above the roof of a building
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The chimney stack stood up above the roof like a little stone tower, and the daylight shone down from the top, under the slanting slates that kept out the rain.
On all sides there were waste spaces with only stoves and chimney stacks still standing, and here and there the blackened walls of some brick houses.
A TRADER claims he could be left with a bill of thousands after a chimney stack on the building next door collapsed on his roof.
Fire crews had to use an aerial appliance to put water down the burning chimney stack on Friday night.
About 1958, whilst working with two colleagues on high scaffolding, repairing a chimney stack above the St Asaph 'Cons' club roof, we heard an aircraft in the vicinity.
Former employee Betty Taylot had the envious task of pressing the button to bring down the chimney stack.
Inspecting the chimney stack with Cyberhawk's UAVs allowed for a quick and safe audit of the chimney, and meant that personnel were not required to physically enter the chimney to complete the inspection.
Officers believe the fire began in part of the chimney stack of one of the houses, only seconds after it was lit by the occupant who then left the cottage to get some more fuel.
Police were called to a flat in Cawthorne Avenue at just before 6am and discovered a man sitting next to a chimney stack.
BBC designer Raymond Cusick is believed to have dreamt Dalek after taking a look at a school rooftop at the High School for Girls, Gloucester, where the chimney stack sits, the Sun reported.
The storm brought extensive damage to the plant - bringing down a chimney stack and damaging a warehouse and lighthouse at the factory's docks.
A BUILDER has been fined after his employee fell 17ft from a roof while removing a dilapidated chimney stack.