Joseph Abhar -The four main types of Medieval timber-framed house found in the Midlands: A) a cruck truss; B) a box-framed truss; C) an aisled truss; D) a base-cruck truss in which the cruck blades rise to a tie beam and does not form part of the roof.
'Steel channel joint' - The timber dog rises again.
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Westminster Hall today - The magnificent hammer-beam roof of Westminster Hall, Houses of Parliament, is the largest medieval timber roof in Northern Europe. The roof was commissioned in 1393 by Richard II, and is a masterpiece of design.