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Description: Little Barford Mill and Attached Farm Building
Date Listed: 14 November 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 244116
OS Grid Reference: SP4447433046
OS Grid Coordinates: 444474, 233046
Latitude/Longitude: 51.9941, -1.3537
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SP43SW BARFORD ST.JOHN & ST.MICHAEL
4/16 Little Barford Mill and
attached farm building
Mill and shelter shed. Mill: 2 builds, C18 or earlier. Shelter shed late C17/
early C18. Mill: Regular course ironstone rubble. Stone slate roof laid to
diminishing courses. 2 brick end stacks. Right part: 2-unit plan. Single storey
plus attic. 2-window range. Off-centre doorway to right has plain wood surround,
panelled door and wooden lintel. Door is flanked by 2 boarded up windows with
original lintels. 2 ruinous wooden windows to attic. Left part: Regular coursed
ironstone; corrugated iron roof. Single unit plan. Single storey plus attic.
Plank door to right has plain wooden surround and wooden lintel. Small window
with wood surround to left and ventilation slit. Attic has a long narrow window
with wooden slats and lintel and a plank loft door. To far left a plank door
with wooden lintel. Interior: Mill wheel survives to single storey extension.
Shelter shed and barn attached to left: Regular coursed ironstone rubble; hipped
thatched roof. L-plan. Single storey, 3-bay barn to rear. Central plank door
with plain wood frame. Small window to left with wood surrounds. Roof: Trenched
purlin, principals and common rafters survive. Shelter shed: 2 bays, trenched
purlin roof, common rafters. Measured drawings and section of mill machinery in
Listing NGR: SP4447433046
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Source: English Heritage
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