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Description: Podgwell Barn
Date Listed: 24 August 1990
English Heritage Building ID: 133320
OS Grid Reference: SO8493311041
OS Grid Coordinates: 384933, 211041
Latitude/Longitude: 51.7978, -2.2199
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PAINSWICK HUDDINKNOLL HILL
SO 81 SW
Field barn. Dated 1838. Ashlar limestone, brick lined within, clay plain tiles
to 3 courses Welsh slate at eaves, coped verges. Long barn with deep central
gabled cartways with lofts over; that to north has wood cambered lintel in seg-
mental voussoir arch with keystone bearing inscription TC 1838, under a square
opening to loft, and a gable bulls-eye in square field; to left 3 ventilation
slits at two levels, and to right 2 similar. East gable has fine elliptical
arch with keystone under 2 + 1 slits and a bulls-eye opening. South porch as
north, but no loft opening or date. Interior 4:1:3 bays very heavy tie beam and
'queen post' roof with 2 purlins. A good example of well constructed farm
building using Painswick stone.
Listing NGR: SO8493311041
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Source: English Heritage
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