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Noun1.chimneystack - the part of the chimney that is above the roof; usually has several flues
chimney - a vertical flue that provides a path through which smoke from a fire is carried away through the wall or roof of a building
flue - a conduit to carry off smoke
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What she failed to mention is that smoke doesn't come out of Seneca's chimneystack - it's steam from the four cooling towers west of the plant that's visible under certain weather conditions.
|the former chimneystack at the former chimneystack at the former J&J Cash factory in Kingfield Road in 1981 A steeplejack demolishes |
In 2005, the company's key response was to erect a higher chimneystack. It said it would disperse smoke better and cut smells.
(1) The plant was steam-driven and the chimneystack from the boilers had not been built according to the approved drawings, leaving the decorative wooden trim at the top of the stack liable to be ignited by the hot gases.
You'll find a similar fireplace at Fireplace World, The Main Feature A CHIMNEYSTACK and fireplace stand out as the main features and to reinforce them further we used striped wallpaper.
Look for broken chimney pots and cracked or worn brickwork on the chimneystack. Make sure birds haven't nested in the flue when it's not been in use and that the gutters are free of fallen leaves.
With its tall chimneystack belching smoke and the smell reminiscent of boiled cauliflower hanging in the air for days, it was working at about 70% capacity in November as wood chips were cooked and the pulp sieved and bleached.
Though the Georgian character dominates the front elevation, there is a hint at the older house from the back with its farmhouse looks and glimpse of the stone construction of the chimneystack.
This is particularly important where the aerial is fixed to a chimneystack, wall or other part of the building.
The tall and narrow 15th-Century house, with one room on each of its three floors, was built around an enormous chimneystack. To one side, a simple wooden staircase winds upwards to a trap door in the top floor which can provide access for furniture.
Look for broken chimney pots and cracked or worn brickwork on the chimneystack, and check for missing pointing, and loose flashings (the lead or bitumen seal between chimney and roof).
A tall chimneystack towering over next doors, slated roof sometimes coped when it