Lastly, in the intervals of these roofs, of these spires, of these accidents of numberless edifices, which bent and writhed, and jagged in so eccentric a manner the extreme line of the University, one caught a glimpse, here and there, of a great expanse of moss-grown wall, a thick, round tower, a crenellated
city gate, shadowing forth the fortress; it was the wall of Philip Augustus.
Built primarily in red sandstone with shallow pitched roofs behind crenellated
parapets, the lead roof coverings to the Archdeacon's Court and the north transept roofs have reached the end of their life and are in urgent need of renewal.
The vast property, built in 1839 at a cost of PS5,000, has distinctive features with a stunning crenellated
By foot residents will be able to gain fobbed access from Newgate Street through the unique arched and crenellated
The north wall is about a half mile long, 20 feet high, crenellated
, broken down in places and altogether very ancient looking.
Second time around it was very reluctant to come out of its crenellated
Some come with a clip, some come with a crenellated
strike bezel and most are operated via a thumb switch, which may have multiple functions.
English Heritage's ultimate sandcastle features defensive measures including crenellated
outer walls with towers and battlements, and an inner bailey protecting the great tower which reflects the power of the owners.
Its intricate design includes crenellated
outer walls, an inner bailey, and a gatehouse with portcullis and drawbridge.
The Strathcona Building with its fine, wide, horizontal concrete frame, crenellated
roof line and almost Aztec design, perfectly complements Muirhead Tower.
I watched sunrise at Zabriskie Point, a lookout point over crenellated
hills striped crimson and beige.