Culvert sentence example
A " culvert " is a bridge of small span giving passage to drainage.
In the case of a culvert the circumferential rods are sometimes laid continuously in the form of a spiral as in the Bordenave system.
The concrete covered culvert is now the only entrance to the fields at the far end of Windsor Avenue.
There is enough room to put a navigable culvert through this side.
A large culvert was handy for a road crossing.Advertisement
The owner of the land through which the culvert or water course is running, is responsible for clearing a blocked culvert.
The works involved excavations in Leicester Road to lay a large 1000 mm x 650 mm elliptical culvert to replace the existing defective culvert.
In some cases it may be possible to build an otter culvert into a new road scheme to allow their safe passage.
Our design has the culvert located in the courtyard at the rear of the school.
He did not repeat an earlier source that the water for the Monks comes in an underground culvert from Tetbury some 100 ft higher.Advertisement
The solution will be to divert the canal through an existing road culvert.
This drainage culvert crosses a basal section of the Antonine Wall at New Kilpatrick Cemetery in Bearsden, near Glasgow, Scotland.
The sump is then connected to the Old Main Line by a brick culvert that runs under the locks.
The canal will pass through a box culvert 110 meters long, which will not have a towpath.
Was it built to protect the lead pipe or was the lead pipe put into a previously constructed stone culvert?Advertisement
Gough way is currently protected by the combined capacity of the Gough Way culvert and the relief channel.
This culvert bridge would have to be rebuilt with navigable headroom.
This will complement a similar culvert under the new A5 roundabout nearby being funded by the David Suchet Appeal.
The curving stonework of the side wall of the original Britannia Road arch can be seen behind the box culvert sections.
There were two of them, by the culvert entrance, swimming around.Advertisement