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Description: Barn, About 20 Metres South East of Lundey Farmhouse
Date Listed: 18 February 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 264126
OS Grid Reference: ST3891212532
OS Grid Coordinates: 338912, 112532
Latitude/Longitude: 50.9090, -2.8702
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ST31SE KINGSTONE CP LUDNEY
4/42 Barn, about 20 metres south east
of Ludney Farmhouse
Barn. Circa 1833. Ham stone rubble; corrugated asbestos cement sheet roof, replacing thatch, with stepped coped east
gable having ball finial, hipped at west end. Six bays, collar trussed roof, partly damaged by fire in the late l960s:
pair of tall doors towards west end of north elevation, and two lean-to buildings against this side. In centre of south
elevation a horse-engine house, with conoid thatched roof, formerly with open curved south end, now blocked, although
the original structure survives inside.
Listing NGR: ST3891212532
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Source: English Heritage
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