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Description: Barn Adjoining to West of Farmhouse, Narr Lodge Farm
Date Listed: 7 March 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 182236
OS Grid Reference: SD5151559386
OS Grid Coordinates: 351515, 459386
Latitude/Longitude: 54.0282, -2.7416
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SD 55 NW QUERNMORE
9/172 Barn adjoining to west of
- farmhouse, Narr Lodge Farm
Barn with shippons and horse-engine house, early C19th. Watershot sandstone
rubble with stone slate roof. North wall has one bay at left having windows
with long-and-short jambs, now blocked or partly blocked. At the left is a
doorway. To the right the main part of the barn has a continuous outshut
which appears to be original, the openings also having long-and-short jambs.
To the left of the wide entrance are two doorways and a window, the latter
partly blocked. To the right are 2 windows, partly blocked. On the south
side is a similar outshut. Interior. The main part of the barn has hardwood
tie-beam trusses. The eastern part of the building contains the horse engine
and has a high ceiling with sawn softwood main joists, and a cobbled floor.
The engine is a vertical timber shaft of square section, with mortises for
horizontal bars which are now missing. At ceiling level is a gear wheel with
Listing NGR: SD5151559386
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Source: English Heritage
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