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Description: Grain Kiln with Stable to Rear of Number 39
Date Listed: 25 February 1970
English Heritage Building ID: 186406
OS Grid Reference: SD9121639969
OS Grid Coordinates: 391216, 439969
Latitude/Longitude: 53.8559, -2.1350
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In the entry for:-
SD 93 NW TRAWDEN LANE TOP
Grain kiln with stable
to rear of No 39
(formerly listed as
6.65 Corn-drying Kiln south-
east of No 39)
The building shall be upgraded to II* and
the list description should be amended to read:-
Grain kiln with stable. c1700. Coursed gritstone, stone slate roof. 1-storey with
partial basement, 3 bays. Large quoins; chamfered, quoined opening. Each side has
doorway (now window) on uphill side of a row of blocked slit vents set beneath 2
small windows. Top-end gable has broad cart entrance with rebated jambs and massive
lintel. Other gable with small basement door beneath blocked doorway and slit;
square owl-hole. Interior: basement door leads, via low passage with niches, to
a fire-chamber over which an arch supports a grill formed by slats of stone notched
into stone joists; kiln tiles removed. Rooms above are linked by a chamfered,
square-headed doorway. Original king-post trusses, twin purlins and ridge. Probably
used for drying oats as well as corn. An extremely well-preserved example of a
rear building type.
SD 93 NW TRAWDEN LANE TOP, Winewall
12/240 Corn-drying kiln
SE of No 39
Kiln. Circa 1700. Rectangular single storey building. Coursed rubble with
large squared quoins. Stone slate roof. Apparatus for drying corn in situ.
South east facing gable has massive lintel spanning door and small window.
Listing NGR: SD9121639969
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Source: English Heritage
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