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Description: Lambing Shelter Circa 35 Metres East of East Corner of Postlip Hall
Date Listed: 31 October 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 134080
OS Grid Reference: SO9991526868
OS Grid Coordinates: 399915, 226868
Latitude/Longitude: 51.9403, -2.0026
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SO 92 NE WINCHCOMBE POSTLIP
2/173 Lambing shelter c35
metres east of east
- corner of Postlip
Lambing or calf shelter. C19. Limestone rubble, stone slate roof. A small
circular structure about 4 metres in diameter and 2 metres to plate height
to conical roof. On the east side an opening with cut stone jambs and flat
lintol formerly with door frame and a small opening in the roof over this
doorway. Internally divided into 3 stalls with partitions c 1.2 metre high
and 2 doors of same height; small storage platform over with hay rack.
This is built into the hill slopes on the west side, and initially looks
like an ice-house, but probably served as a nursery for lambs or calves
needing special attention.
Listing NGR: SO9991526868
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Source: English Heritage
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