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Description: Former Silage Clamp at Ngr 4080 4122, Lulham Court Farm
Date Listed: 20 May 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 155154
OS Grid Reference: SO4080641245
OS Grid Coordinates: 340806, 241245
Latitude/Longitude: 52.0664, -2.8649
SO 44 SW MADLEY CP LULHAM
2/74 Former silage clamp at
NGR 4080 4122, Lulham
Silage clamp. 1885. Red brick square piers carrying timber roof structure
covered in pantiles. The gable ends of the roof are weatherboarded and also
weatherboarded are the angles between piers and roof. The red brick piers, five
to each side, rise from brick walls covered in cement roof, that to the west
end now pierced. This silage clamp is the earliest silage clamp known to
survive in England ; it was awarded a prize at the Royal Agricultural Society
in 1886, who have descriptions and drawings of it.
N. Harvey, The Farm Buildings of England and Wales,1984, opp. p 208 and
footnote 50, p 200.
Listing NGR: SO4080041220
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Source: English Heritage
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