Recent Examples of handrail from the Web
These bridges were designed with handrails that could be removed, so tree limbs and other bits of flotsam didn’t get stuck.
One thing the skaters don’t love about China are the handrails.
But the molded handrail exists for more than just minimizing your annoyance at fellow travelers who claw at your seat when walking to their own.
In a great location directly above the Pacific Place mall, this glass tower has eclectic interiors—Brazilian mahogany woodwork, Thai timber handrails, and Italian, Spanish, and Portuguese marble.
Inspections ordered by the Justice Department in 2015 and 2016 brought to light such issues as high bar tops and counters, ramps with insufficient handrails, and restrooms considered difficult to maneuver in or lacking grab bars.
In the bathroom, handrails and an entry level shower in the bath can help as well.
The building still features its original curved mahogany paneling and handrails along the bar.
Turn to face the right handrail and step with your left foot out.
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