Image of the feature "Windows: N transept, N wall (two windows?)" at Denny Abbey.
by Ron Baxter.
On the exterior the E jamb and round arch of the blocked W window are visible. In the jamb is a coursed nook-shaft with a scallop capital, and the arch has an angle roll. This corresponds to the edge of a square reveal on the interior. The evidence for a second window in a symmetrical position is indirect. There is nothing to see on the exterior, but inside the transept is a central flat buttress with nook shafts to E and W, which might have formed part of a symmetrical, two-bay elevation with a window in each bay.