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Description: Barn and Attached Stable-Block at Bedmill Farm.
Date Listed: 2 June 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 105562
OS Grid Reference: ST6088815607
OS Grid Coordinates: 360888, 115607
Latitude/Longitude: 50.9386, -2.5580
ST 61 NW BRADFORD ROAD
5/22 Barn and attached
Barn and attached Stables at right-angles. Dated 1819. Internally coursed
rubble-stone walls. Plain clay-tile roofs, with half-hips. East elevation
has two large square porches, with two-leaf doors and hipped clay-tile roofs.
West elevation has opposed 2-leaf doors and two pitch doors (plank). Roof
construction, 10 bays, with unusual C19 construction with collars, king-posts
strutted long bracing-members from wall-plate to base of king-post. Two sets
of through-purlins. Base of king-post area, the members are bolted together,
not jointed. Return range to north-west, has a single-stable-door and two-leaf
plank coach house doors, and tack-room door. This range continues through to
north-east of barn, where it is a mid C19 addition. Dressed stone walls.
Fixed windows with cambered stone arches over. Stable-doors. (Cf. Barn at
Blackmarsh Farm, Castleton ph.)
Listing NGR: ST6088815607
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Source: English Heritage
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