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Description: Barn Approximately 75 Metres North of Severn End
Date Listed: 11 August 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 153250
OS Grid Reference: SO8452442733
OS Grid Coordinates: 384524, 242733
Latitude/Longitude: 52.0827, -2.2272
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HANLEY CASTLE CP -
SO 84 SW
3/109 Barn approximately
75 metres north of
Barn. Possibly 1658. Timber-framing and brick with tile roof. Two
storeys. Framed in square panels, mostly replaced by brick on ground floor.
On the ground floor are two doorways, with a window to each side of the
right-hand one. On the first floor there are two openings. The building
originally extended further to the east. Interior: the west gable truss
and the next truss to the east, have tie-beams, collars and raking struts.
The next two trusses have principals joined by a collar with V-struts,
and raking struts from the jointed heads of the principal posts to a ground
floor ceiling beam. The diary of Sir Nicholas Lechmere records the building
of a great barn at Severn End in 1658. (VCH, P 92).
Listing NGR: SO8452442733
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Source: English Heritage
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