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Description: Barn and Stable at Layne's Farm
Date Listed: 18 October 1985
Date Delisted: 05 March 2003
English Heritage Building ID: 125600
OS Grid Reference: SO7645923653
OS Grid Coordinates: 376459, 223653
Latitude/Longitude: 51.9109, -2.3436
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The following building was de-listed on 5th March 2003
18-OCT-85 BARN AND STABLE AT LAYNE'S FARM
SO 72 SE NEWENT B4215
8/68 Barn and stable at Layne's Farm
Barn and stable; probably C18; timber frame, brick nogging, random-
rubble plinth; barn roof corrugated iron, stable tiled. Three-bay
barn, 2-bay lofted stable against barn gable. Elevation to road,
barn central, double boarded doors, rising to eaves; either side
exposed timber framing, 3 panels high, tall, diagonal braces rise
from sill to either side central stud in bay. Nogging horizontal,
except top, central panels where set parallel to braces. Diamond-
shaped air vents in nogging. Stable on right, slightly lower,
framing similar, but timbers less heavy: only 2 small triangles of
diagonal nogging; no air vents. Right return, framing 4 panels
high, ends of floor beams exposed, sitting on beam across gable.
Above 2 boarded doors to loft, with stud between. Rear doors to
barn only part height to eaves, slightly narrower than those facing
Internally, low sill-walls with beams either side threshing floor,
diagonal braces rise to main wall posts. Openings cut each end of
one sill wall. Tie-beam truss, angle struts, 1 pair purlins,
square ridge. Stable truss has cut tie-beam, posts rising from
floor beams. Horses originally tied facing barn gable. Unusual
pattern for timber framing; clearly visible from road.
Listing NGR: SO7645923653
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Source: English Heritage
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