Definition of Pantile. Meaning of Pantile. Synonyms of Pantile

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Definition of Pantile

Pantile
Pantile Pan"tile`, n. [5th pan + tile.] (Arch.) A roofing tile, of peculiar form, having a transverse section resembling an elongated S laid on its side (?).

Meaning of Pantile from wikipedia

- A pantile is a type of fired roof tile, normally made from clay. It is S-shaped in profile and is single lap, meaning that the end of the tile laps only...
- 51°07′34″N 0°15′28″E / 51.12615°N 0.257792°E / 51.12615; 0.257792 The Pantiles is a Georgian colonnade in the town of Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England...
- heyday as a fashionable resort in the mid-1700s under Beau Nash when the Pantiles, and its chalybeate spring, attracted significant numbers of visitors who...
- great deal of interest. The vernacular of the village is red brick and red pantile, with the "important" buildings under slate. St Peter and St Paul's Church...
- in Whitstable which featured in the filming was The Lobster Shack. The Pantiles in Royal Tunbridge Wells also featured and doubled as Boston. The series...
- curve at one end and a convex curve at the other, to allow interlocking. Pantiles – with an S-shaped profile, allowing adjacent tiles to interlock. These...
- resort of Cleethorpes. The area has been an important centre for clay pantile production since the 18th century and the industry is still represented...
- coloring. Most of these small early factories closed down or merged. S-shaped pantiles were one of the first tile models put in production, starting in the 14–15th...
- following the major through road, the houses are generally brick built with pantile roofs. The vale takes its name from the family who were granted the rights...
- crenulations or Battlements at the roofline. The roof is covered with Norfolk pantiles and has various chimneys which were added in the mid-19th century of which...
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