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# Snecked rubble step by step angled

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This presentation shows how snecked walling can be constructed with internal and external angles

This presentation shows how snecked walling can be constructed with internal and external angles

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1. Square and Sneck Rubble WallingConstructing Angled Returns Stonemasonry Department 2013
2. This presentation is designed to provide step-by-step instructions on how to construct asnecked rubble wall with angled internal and external returns. The bonding pattern used inthe animation is dependant of having stones of certain lengths. This means you may not be able to replicate the wall exactly but you should have a similar bonding arrangement.
3. This presentation is designed to provide step-by-step instructions on how to construct asnecked rubble wall with angled internal and external returns. The bonding pattern used inthe animation is dependant of having stones of certain lengths. This means you may not be able to replicate the wall exactly but you should have a similar bonding arrangement.
4. This presentation is designed to provide step-by-step instructions on how to construct asnecked rubble wall with angled internal and external returns. The bonding pattern used inthe animation is dependant of having stones of certain lengths. This means you may not be able to replicate the wall exactly but you should have a similar bonding arrangement.
5. This presentation is designed to provide step-by-step instructions on how to construct asnecked rubble wall with angled internal and external returns. The bonding pattern used inthe animation is dependant of having stones of certain lengths. This means you may not be able to replicate the wall exactly but you should have a similar bonding arrangement.
6. This presentation is designed to provide step-by-step instructions on how to construct asnecked rubble wall with angled internal and external returns. The bonding pattern used inthe animation is dependant of having stones of certain lengths. This means you may not be able to replicate the wall exactly but you should have a similar bonding arrangement.
7. This presentation is designed to provide step-by-step instructions on how to construct asnecked rubble wall with angled internal and external returns. The bonding pattern used inthe animation is dependant of having stones of certain lengths. This means you may not be able to replicate the wall exactly but you should have a similar bonding arrangement.
8. This presentation is designed to provide step-by-step instructions on how to construct asnecked rubble wall with angled internal and external returns. The bonding pattern used inthe animation is dependant of having stones of certain lengths. This means you may not be able to replicate the wall exactly but you should have a similar bonding arrangement.
9. This presentation is designed to provide step-by-step instructions on how to construct asnecked rubble wall with angled internal and external returns. The bonding pattern used inthe animation is dependant of having stones of certain lengths. This means you may not be able to replicate the wall exactly but you should have a similar bonding arrangement.
10. This presentation is designed to provide step-by-step instructions on how to construct asnecked rubble wall with angled internal and external returns. The bonding pattern used inthe animation is dependant of having stones of certain lengths. This means you may not be able to replicate the wall exactly but you should have a similar bonding arrangement.
11. This presentation is designed to provide step-by-step instructions on how to construct asnecked rubble wall with angled internal and external returns. The bonding pattern used inthe animation is dependant of having stones of certain lengths. This means you may not be able to replicate the wall exactly but you should have a similar bonding arrangement.
12. This presentation is designed to provide step-by-step instructions on how to construct asnecked rubble wall with angled internal and external returns. The bonding pattern used inthe animation is dependant of having stones of certain lengths. This means you may not be able to replicate the wall exactly but you should have a similar bonding arrangement.
13. This presentation is designed to provide step-by-step instructions on how to construct asnecked rubble wall with angled internal and external returns. The bonding pattern used inthe animation is dependant of having stones of certain lengths. This means you may not be able to replicate the wall exactly but you should have a similar bonding arrangement.
14. This presentation is designed to provide step-by-step instructions on how to construct asnecked rubble wall with angled internal and external returns. The bonding pattern used inthe animation is dependant of having stones of certain lengths. This means you may not be able to replicate the wall exactly but you should have a similar bonding arrangement.
15. This presentation is designed to provide step-by-step instructions on how to construct asnecked rubble wall with angled internal and external returns. The bonding pattern used inthe animation is dependant of having stones of certain lengths. This means you may not be able to replicate the wall exactly but you should have a similar bonding arrangement.
16. This presentation is designed to provide step-by-step instructions on how to construct asnecked rubble wall with angled internal and external returns. The bonding pattern used inthe animation is dependant of having stones of certain lengths. This means you may not be able to replicate the wall exactly but you should have a similar bonding arrangement.
17. Developed by The Stonemasonry Department City of Glasgow College 2013