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Latitude: 52.6702 / 52°40'12"N
Longitude: -2.6887 / 2°41'19"W
OS Eastings: 353527
OS Northings: 308273
OS Grid: SJ535082
Mapcode National: GBR BM.4SWK
Mapcode Global: WH8C1.N4WT
Entry Name: Former Bull Pens, Shelter Sheds, Loose Boxes, and Foldyard Walls Approximately 25 Metres to West of Cronkhill
Listing Date: 17 February 1985
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1055103
English Heritage Legacy ID: 259275
Location: Atcham, Shropshire, SY5
Civil Parish: Atcham
Traditional County: Shropshire
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Shropshire
Church of England Parish: Atcham St Eata
Church of England Diocese: Lichfield
SJ 50 NW;
Former bull pens, shelter sheds, loose boxes, and foldyard walls approximately
25 metres to west of Cronkhill
Former bull pens, shelter sheds and loose boxes. Early C19. Red brick
(English garden wall bond) with stone hinge blocks; hipped slate roofs.
F-plan with chamfered corners. One storey. Openings with bull-nose brick
reveals. Former bull pens to west: eight segmental-headed boarded doors to
west and slatted wooden windows to east. Loose boxes and shelter sheds to
north have passage at east end with segmental-headed loose-box boarded
doors to north and east, and 2 x 3-bay open-fronted shelter sheds to south with
cast iron columns alternating with slatted wooden windows. Central range
of shelter sheds, 9-bay open front to south with cast iron columns and
boarded feeding-doors in wall to north; segmental-headed boarded doors
in east end. Stone-coped brick walls enclosing northern foldyard to east
and southern foldyard to south and east, southern courtyard has C20 corrugated
iron roof. Interiors not inspected, but said to contain stalls and
other fixtures, and cobbled floors in parts; king-post roof trusses.
These buildings form part of a complete early and mid-C19 model farm
complex. National Trust, Attingham Park Estate Vernacular Building Survey.
Listing NGR: SJ5351608278
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