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wood floor truss span table
    floor truss
  • (Floor trusses) unlike joists, floor trusses allow heating, plumbing and electrical material to run inside them rather than below. Trusses are generally deeper and more expensive then joists.
    span table
  • A table that lists answers in a table by "spanning" across the columns of the raw data. The answer and frequency are listed as answer stubs.
    wood
  • The hard fibrous material that forms the main substance of the trunk or branches of a tree or shrub
  • Such material when cut and used as timber or fuel
  • United States film actress (1938-1981)
  • the hard fibrous lignified substance under the bark of trees
  • forest: the trees and other plants in a large densely wooded area
  • A golf club with a wooden or other head that is relatively broad from face to back (often with a numeral indicating the degree to which the face is angled to loft the ball)

Loy's Station Covered Bridge
Loy's Station Covered Bridge
Loys Station Covered Bridge is located near the small towns of Loys, Rocky Ridge and Graceham. It's the second covered bridge at this location. The first was arsoned in 1991. The original Loys Covered Bridge, built in 1848 by an unknown builder, crossed Owens Creek at a length of ninety feet. Around 1929-30 it was modified by adding a concrete pier and steel beams under the flooring to provide more support creating two 45 foot spans. At one time Western Maryland Railroad had a station stop at Loys, so the bridge became known as Loys Station Covered Bridge. The tracks still exist today. Of historical interest, it is believed that on July 7, 1863, after the battle at Gettsyburg, General George Meade crossed Loys Station Covered Bridge while pursuing the retreating Confederate Army. On June 27, 1991 a pickup truck was set on fire while in the bridge as part of an insurance fraud scheme. The local community began raising money for bridge reconstruction by selling T-shirts, having record hop fundraisers and selling limited edition prints of the bridge by a local artist. The Frederick County Covered Bridge Preservation Society, led by Dean Fitzgerald who is also owner of Heavy Timber Construction, fought to have the bridge built to its original all wood structure. The Maryland Historical Trust, Frederick County officials argued the bridge should be built to its 1930s state when the steel beams and center pier were added for reinforcement. It took three long years before the rebuilding effort was completed. Although losing the battle to rebuild the bridge to historic authentication, it did include the use of original hardware, rafters and braces from the arsoned bridge. Reconstruction included interior lighting and fire-retardant materials. The total reconstruction cost was nearly $300,000. Much of the cost was paid for by Frederick County's Insurance company, who sought restitution from the two men eventually convicted of the arson and fraud crime. On June 7, 1994 a crane hoisted the trusses into place. On June 25th a celebration of the bridge rebuilding was held and on July 4, 1994 the bridge was officially opened to traffic Loys Station Covered Bridge resides in a wonderful park that includes picnic tables, grills, playground, covered shelters and portable bathroom facitilies. The bridge is in well-maintained, excellent condition. Loys Station bridge was added to the National Register of Historic Places on June 23, 1978. Bridge Specifications Bridge Name: Loys Station Length at Center: 89'-5" Height to Peak: Approximately 20'-0" SE end; Approximately 19'-0" NW end Alternate Name(s): Loys, Loy's, Loy's Station Width Roadway: 12'-10" SE end; 12'-10" NW end Maximum Height at Portal Entrance: Approximately 15'-0" SE end; Approximately 14'-0" NW end Alignment: SE to NW Width Portal Opening: 13'-2" SE end; 13'-2" NW end Posted Height Restriction: 12'-6" Distance Above Water (variable): 7'-3" Width Outside Dimensions: 16'-3" SE end; 16'-4" NW end Roof Overhang-Side: Approximately 0'-6" each side Panels: 14 each side Posted Weight Restriction: 30,000 lbs Roof Overhang-Ends: None
truss stop
truss stop
when truss hits stop rolls shut down and stacking unit is activated.

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