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Description: Barn Approximately 70 Metres South East of Beverston Castle at Castle Farm
Date Listed: 6 September 1954
English Heritage Building ID: 130346
OS Grid Reference: ST8624093908
OS Grid Coordinates: 386240, 193908
Latitude/Longitude: 51.6438, -2.2002
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BEVERSTON BEVERSTON VILLAGE
13/31 Barn approximately 70m south east
of Beverston Castle, known as
Pilgrims Barn, at Castle Farm
Small barn. Said to be C14. Random coursed and snecked rubble
stone, stone slate roof with coped south gable and saddlestone.
Small plain buttresses to just below eaves level on front, diagonal
buttresses to south end and 2 raking buttresses to rear with 2
stepped buttresses between. Gable to right on west side, also
coped with saddlestone, and with chamfered stone loft opening.
Chamfered stone doorway immediately to left, with recessed stable
door, doorway with timber lintel to far left with recessed C20
door, slit vents between and throughout with large stone quoins and
inner splays. Interior of 5 bays including one base cruck truss to
right of centre, with small upper crucks to this truss and those to
each side. North truss and much of roof structure renewed.
Purlins probably mostly original, with few remaining pieces of
arched wind bracing formerly to lower tier on both sides. Ancient
Monument, Gloucestershire AM 353.
Listing NGR: ST8624193911
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Source: English Heritage
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