buttresses at the corners

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  • The tower is in three stages with buttresses at the corners, and in the centre of each side.
  • The tower is in three stages that are separated by string courses, and it has buttresses at the corners.
  • The gabled west end is divided into three parts by stepped buttresses, and there are similar buttresses at the corners.
  • The tower is in four stages with buttresses at the corners.
  • Naturally, we don't have a top landing stage, but except for the buttresses at the corners and solid central column, the whole street floor is open. Cited from Four-Day Planet, by Henry Beam Piper
  • The tower has diagonal buttresses at the corners, and smaller buttresses on the sides.
  • There are buttresses at the corners of the church and against the chancel.
  • The west front is gabled with buttresses at the corners; it contains three windows and a doorway, above which is a bellcote.
  • It has buttressed side walls, a steeply pitched roof, and angled buttresses at the corners.
  • The tower is in three stages with buttresses at the corners rising to piers surmounted by pinnacles.
  • The steeple was a low, square, inelegant tower, supported by buttresses at the corners of the west side, and terminated by large embrasures.
  • The tower, at the west end, has buttresses at the corners and is topped with a broach spire, which is a prominent local landmark.
  • It is set on a moulded plinth, and has paired buttresses at the corners.
  • It features corbeled hanging buttresses at the corners and curved brickwork.
  • This portion is flanked by octagonal buttresses, and there are stepped buttresses at the corners of the west front; all the buttresses are surmounted by pinnacles.
  • St Nidan's is built mainly from red gritstone rubble, dressed with sandstone, with buttresses at the corners; the roof, which is made from slate, has stone copings with a cross at the east end.