Stone Lintels

Stone lintels are long sections of stone that are used above void spaces, such as windows and doors, to support the construction above.  Stone lintels are used throughout Capitol Hill, often with a different texture than the brickwork around them to provide an aesthetic contrast.

The stone lintels are heavy and large and required additional manual labor to get them up and into place. However, they were quicker and easier to construct than the jack, segmented, and semicircle arches.



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