The handrails and balustrades are fixed in similar manner to those in Fig. 121.
The lever is connected with handrails on each side of the engine, and these are alternately raised and depressed by the workers.
Many have climbed up on the steps of the carriages, hanging on to the handrails, so as to be near the lads as long as possible.
The hall arches, wainscoting, handrails, and stairways are noble examples of early craftsmanship.
For greater safety, he fastened ropes as handrails all around it from one branch to another.
The corridor was liberally supplied with handrails, apparently in case of failure of the artificial gravity system.
All wide staircases should be provided with handrails, for if you have both hands on handrails you can run down quickly.
It lifted, tilted, heaved and sank; and since there were no handrails on it, it kept Charmian and me busy avoiding falling in.
In other words, there are rear steps on the right and left rear of the Presidential car with handrails.
Beneath their feet as they held to handrails lay the featureless darkness of Earth.