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Description: Plas Cadwgan
Date Listed: 16 July 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 156146
OS Grid Reference: SO9516868497
OS Grid Coordinates: 395168, 268497
Latitude/Longitude: 52.3146, -2.0723
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SO 95 68 STOKE PRIOR CP AVONCROFT MUSEUM OF BUILDINGS
17/95 Plas Cadwgan
Part of a house. Probably C14, re-erected 1976. Timber-frame supported by
steel frame and concrete, corrugated iron roof. Two trusses of an open hall;
the central cruck truss and the spere truss; the latter is in the form of an
aisled truss, the aisle posts rise to meet the principal rafters, above the
high-set collar is a king-post supporting the ridge with longitudinal braces;
arch-braces rise from the aisle posts to the purlins; the screen in the spere
is fixed with a floor over the through-passage forming a gallery. The wind-
braces are cusped. Removed from Plas Cadwgan, Esclusham, Denbighshire in 1968.
(P Smith, Houses of the Welsh Countryside. A Study in Historical Geography,
1975, figs 51, 54d, 57a, 66a and pl 25).
Listing NGR: SO9516868497
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