A small fort or outwork of a fortification. The oldest part of Wedderlie is the Fortalice [see above]
Squared stones which form steps on a gable (corbiestepped)
A type of sunken fence that was commonly used in landscaped gardens and parks in the eighteenth century. It involved digging a deep, dry ditch, the inner side of which would be built up to the level of the surrounding turf with either a dry-stone or brick wall.
A stone panel with the arms and initials of a noble and his wife. These often record a date, referring to the construction or modification of a building.
The centre post in a turnpike or winding stair.