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Description: Day by Day
Date Listed: 24 August 1990
English Heritage Building ID: 133258
OS Grid Reference: SO8676209757
OS Grid Coordinates: 386762, 209757
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7863, -2.1933
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PAINSWICK FRIDAY STREET
SO 8609/8709 (part of)
(north west side)
8/81 Day by Day
Small shop, end of row, possibly once a workshop. C16 remains but principally
now C19 or C20 fabric. Cut squared limestone, concrete tile roof. A small
remnant of a building part demolished during World War II. 1½ storeys; to left,
under a brick arch, a large fanlight over a C20 shop front and door; to right a
small segmental headed light. The left gable, now exposed, has remains of a
stack and an exposed pair of crucks built into wall, which is rendered.
Interior retains a further pair of crucks with single purlin and one brace from
former wind bracing; some of rafters in rear roof slope are early. The cruck
has no tie or collar. An unprepossessing front concealing significant early
Listing NGR: SO8676209757
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Source: English Heritage
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