These are wide in section and assembled on site, using handrail screws (507:4) to connect the lengths. Figure 507:1 gives the elevation, 507:2 the plan, 507:3 a cross-section of the uprights tenoned in, and 507:4 the handrail and base rail. Sweeps are cut from the solid as the sections are usually sturdy enough to support the short grain on the curve.
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