A gutter not at an eave, typically at the base of two opposing roof slopes.
A heavy, U-shaped gutter that becomes a structural house abutment that bears the weight of the roof, like an eaves beam, yet also carries water away.
A roof gutter consisting of a horizontal trough of wood construction lined with galvanised iron, tin, or copper to make it watertight.
an oversized aluminum gutter designed to carry the weight of the sunroom where it is attached to the house
Leaded gutter and associated flashing behind a chimney or protruding structure passing through the roof