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Description: Former Granary Lightend Barn
Date Listed: 12 February 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 131178
OS Grid Reference: SO9942106022
OS Grid Coordinates: 399421, 206022
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7529, -2.0098
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SO 90 NE
5/154 Former Granary Lightend Barn
Former granary. Mid-late C19, extended at a later date. Random
roughly squared limestone; red tile roof. The plan comprises
three parallel ranges of differing length. Range facing south
east: 3 storeys; other ranges 2 storeys. South east elevation;
two stable doors to the ground floor; two openings with slats at
front divided by a single stone column far right; large sliding
door above; two 2-light metal casements with glazing bars to the
first floor; 3 similar casements to the second floor. Two
ventilation slits to the central range (where it projects beyond
the right gable end of the former); later extension to the right
with three round-headed archways projecting just above ground level
(2 now blocked); pitching window above. Double-width entrances to
the gable ends of the the range to the rear presumably providing a
sheltered access to the granary for wagons. Original collar and
tie-beams, one with a scratched counting tally to the central
range; grain bins formerly with sliding panels at the front on the
Listing NGR: SO9942106022
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Source: English Heritage
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