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Description: Stable Including Donkey Wheel, Immediately East of Bighton House
Date Listed: 19 December 1983
English Heritage Building ID: 145301
OS Grid Reference: SU6231335542
OS Grid Coordinates: 462313, 135542
Latitude/Longitude: 51.1158, -1.1111
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SU 63 NW BIGHTON BIGHTON
1/3 Stable including donkey
wheel, immediately E of
L-shaped stable. Early C19. Brick with some flint panels, slate roof. 7 bay
long single storey stable blocks with in farther limb at right angles to house,
a 2 storey 2 bay clock tower with clock face in pediment and cupola on roof. In
other range, nearer and parallel to house 4 storey, 2 bay brew house with hipped
roof and timber vent in centre. Behind this is small single storey building with
excavated floor to take C19 donkey wheel, 4m diameter x 1m. Guide to Industrial
Archaeology in Hampshire, Southampton University Industrial Archaeology Group,
Listing NGR: SP6095034501
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Source: English Heritage
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