A prop or support; a piece of timber in the form of a stake or post, used for a support or stay.
Any upright post or beam used as a support, as for the deck, the quarter rails, awnings, etc.
A vertical bar for confining cattle in a stall.
Upright iron bar between mullions of window, screen, etc. (Wood, Margaret. The English Medieval House, 415)
An upright metal pole, bolted to the deck, and used to support permanent fixtures such as life lines.
a device with two rails that was closed around a cows neck after she entered a stall and to keep her restrained in the stall.
A pillar of wood or iron used for various purposes in a ship: to support the deck, the quarter rails, the nettings, the awnings etc.
One of a pair of linked upright bars that fit behind a cow's head to confine it in a stall.
A thick upright pole used for support between the decks of a ship.
any vertical post or rod used as a support
Post or pillar; an upright support.
Upright post to support ropes for crowd control.
Block used for mounting round tubes to TSLOTS extrusions.
The hitches used to support the nose end of trailers when they are mounted on a flat car. There are two types of stanchions: collapsible and fixed.
vertical member such as pillar or beam that supports deck, guard rails, etc
A vertical supporting beam usually made from steel.
a vertical supporting beam that is mainly steel.
One of the larger vertical posts supporting a railing. Smaller, closely spaced vertical supports are ballusters. Also see ballustrade.
a sturdy support post, roughly one meter in height, used to define the deceleration zone and processing chutes.
A removeable vertical iron or steel bar held in a socket on a load support bolster or wagon side to prevent the load sliding sideways off the wagon.
A vertical supporting beam, nowadays mainly of steel.
An upright support; often refers to ship-building.
a movable vertical support for lifelines
A post near the edge of the deck, used to support lifelines.
Vertical column supporting decks, flats, girders, etc.; also called a pillar. Rail stanchions are vertical metal columns on which fence-like rails are mounted. (See rail.)
upright support bar or beam.
Vertical bar used to support one end of a trailer while loaded on a flat car.
Stanchion (Fr. Ã©tanÃ§on, a wooden post), an architectural term applied to the upright iron bars in windows which pass through the eyes of the saddle bars or horizontal irons to steady the leadlight.