over this plan has a pleasing shape, and no ramp is required in the straight rail either above or below the wreath.
47. Newel Between Quarter Cylinders. — Fig. 43 is a plan of a stairway with a newel post set between quarter cylinders on the landing of a flight; the hand rail in this case would be bolted to the newel.
48. Half-Turn Platform. — In Fig. 44 is shown a half-turn platform stairway. The face of the top riser of the lower flight and the bottom riser of the upper flight have a slight curve adjacent to the cylinder. By this method the whole depth of the cylinder is saved in the run of the
stairway—an advantage where space is limited.
49. Winding Stairway. — Fig. 45 is a plan of a winding stairway with 17 risers, and 10-inch cylinders for a continued hand rail. This