The next roof-form, built from early colonial days, and popular a century ago, was what was known as the gambrel roof.
It has a gambrel roof, and is on the left when the train is going westward.
The building itself is a stern, dignified, two-story house with a gambrel roof.
The house, a two-story wooden building with a gambrel roof, is still standing .
It is a square wooden edifice, with gambrel roof and deep-set window-frames.
Later came the more pretentious hall, typical of the gambrel roof house, that enjoyed so long a period of popularity.
It is a low building, with a gambrel roof and a huge chimney.
Two large windows, one in each end of the gambrel roof, afforded light and air.
The gambrel roof is shingled, descends low and has dormer windows.
The gambrel roof appeared before the eighteenth century and was commonly used in New England farmhouses.