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Description: Parish Rooms, Engine House and Barn to Old Rectory
Date Listed: 3 May 1983
English Heritage Building ID: 227800
OS Grid Reference: TG0323825083
OS Grid Coordinates: 603238, 325083
Latitude/Longitude: 52.7850, 1.0123
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TG 0325 FOULSHAM HINDOLVESTON ROAD
5/16 Parish Rooms, Engine House
and Barn to Old Rectory
Former Rectory Barn, built of red brick and pantiles in 1731, and extended to form
a fire engine house in 1853. Gable wall with plinth, C20 casement windows in original
openings, honeycomb brick ventilators, both under segmental brick arches. Datestone
inscribed "T.A. 1731", and above, an owl hole. Parapet gable with tumbling-in and
tie iron ends with initials T.A. Elevations to churchyard has 5 blocked openings
with segmental brick arches and scattered C20 fenestration. Elevation to north
contains original barn doors. Large span double roof of hard wood with 2 sets of
staggered butt purlins. Engine House to north, with datestone above cambered brick
arch, built to house the fire engine, formerly housed in the Church.
Listing NGR: TG0323825083
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Source: English Heritage
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