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Description: Farm Buildings at Colburn Farm
Date Listed: 3 July 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 322368
OS Grid Reference: SE1983699149
OS Grid Coordinates: 419836, 499149
Latitude/Longitude: 54.3874, -1.6960
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SE 19 NE
3/55 Farm Buildings at Colburn
Range of barn with attached horse-engine house, cow-byres and cart-sheds.
Late-C18 barn, early-C19 engine-house and cow-byres, mid-C19 cart-sheds.
Coursed rubble, pantile roofs. Barn: 2 storeys, 6 internal bays; engine-
house, cart-sheds and cow-byres: single storey. Barn, north elevation:
quoins. Board stable doors and first-floor pitching doors, shuttered
windows, vents. Ashlar coping. Single-storey extensions projecting forward
to left not of special interest. South elevation: similar, with 6-sided
engine-house added in centre. Engine house: each side has a depressed
segmental arch of ashlar voussoirs with herringbone tooling in draughted
margins, one opening to west now blocked. Hipped roof with stone ridge
copings, easternmost roof now with corrugated metal sheeting. Cow-byres
projecting from barn on left (south-west): 3 large board doors in depressed
segmental-arched openings of ashlar voussoirs with herringbone tooling in
draughted margins. Cart-shed: attached to left end of cow-byre range and
set forward. Quoins. 2 segmental-arched openings. Engine-house interior:
complex roof structure, derived from king-post construction, with large
beams to support engine shafting, now removed.
Listing NGR: SE1983699149
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Source: English Heritage
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