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Description: The East Rope Walk, at Job Gould's West of England Twine Works
Date Listed: 3 July 1980
English Heritage Building ID: 263826
OS Grid Reference: ST5204513337
OS Grid Coordinates: 352045, 113337
Latitude/Longitude: 50.9175, -2.6835
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WEST COKER CP EAST STREET (South side)
10/268 The East Rope Walk, at Job
Gould's West of England twine
Rope walk. Early C19. Oak framed construction with some weatherboard cladding; later brick end building; double Roman
clay tile roof, undulating, plain gabled ends. An extremely long (40 metres) building of 2-storeys in part; partly
open at ground floor level, first floor part weatherboarded with continuous timber framing, part one part two-storey.
Some original machinery noted as surviving in position in 1980 now transferred to Somerset County Museum (August
1983). Business founded by Israel Rendell after he bought the land in 1828; purchased by Job Gould in 1898. Of historic
interest as a rare survival of building type, therefore of historic interest.
Listing NGR: ST5204513337
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Source: English Heritage
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