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Like all homes at San Juan Passage, the Westcott Bay is finished with granite surfaces, hardwood floors, natural shingle siding and assorted detail work.
Fingerlings were delivered to a nearby rail siding to stock streams across the country.
Your gutters direct water away from your roof and siding, and down into the drainage system.
Though the fire melting the siding of neighboring home's garage on one side and singed the roof of the house on the other side, firefighters kept the flames from spreading to any other residences.
Photographer: Xaume Olleros/Bloomberg A CSX Corp. freight train pulls out of a siding in La Grange, Kentucky, on Sunday.
The company, which has siding along the Florida East Coast Railway and is next door to Miami International Airport, operates out of a 56,000 square-foot headquarters and warehouse building.
For Payne, the first few steps of the 1,000-mile journey toward reclaiming her vision of America in the aftershocks of last November run past the basketball hoops and the beige siding of the middle-class subdivisions of central Bucks County.
In a shack out back built simply from aluminum siding, organized chaos reigns.
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