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Description: Pig Sties About 85 Yards North-North-West of Haywood Lodge
Date Listed: 22 October 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 155377
OS Grid Reference: SO4836736550
OS Grid Coordinates: 348367, 236550
Latitude/Longitude: 52.0250, -2.7539
HAYWOOD CP -
SO 43 NE
3/77 Pig sties about
85 yards north-north-west
of Haywood Lodge
Pig sties. Circa 1848. Sandstone rubble with tiled roof and brick stack.
T-plan with six sties to south cross-wing, central passage leading to
northern room for making pigswill. Single storey. South elevation has
gabled centre to passage with low ledged door. Walls dividing the sties
are formed from large pieces of sandstone slate laid on end and cramped
with bolted pieces of iron. Roof of central passage extends outwards on
pegged and chamfered oak posts covering troughs. Central entry to north
room has segmental head with brick arch. Gable top to north room has
oculus. Interior of north room has pegged king-post truss carrying angle
struts to principals.
Listing NGR: SO4836736550
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Source: English Heritage
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