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Latitude: 53.541 / 53°32'27"N
Longitude: -1.5684 / 1°34'6"W
OS Eastings: 428702
OS Northings: 405010
OS Grid: SE287050
Mapcode National: GBR KWHH.7D
Mapcode Global: WHCBQ.W8B8
Entry Name: Barn Range Approximately 30 Metres South of Woolley Manor Farmhouse Including Woolley Manor Cottage
Listing Date: 25 September 1981
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1151746
English Heritage Legacy ID: 334299
Location: Silkstone, Barnsley, S75
Civil Parish: Silkstone
Traditional County: Yorkshire
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): South Yorkshire
Church of England Parish: Silkstone All Saints
Church of England Diocese: Leeds
SE 20 NE SILKSTONE WOOLLEY LANE
3/170 Barn range approx 30
25.9.81 metres south of Woolley
including Woolley Manor
Long range incorporating cottage, farm buildings and barns. Timber work
probably C16, clad in stone in C17 and later 1980s conversion to left end
(north east). Coursed rubble with quoins. Stone slate roofs. Cottage of
two storeys. Cottage to left with front outshut, taller L-shaped range of
barns to right. The cottage has C20 openings to both elevations. The barn
range has a quoined square-headed cart entry in its internal angle. Some
exposed timberwork in the left gable. The range which projects to the right
is in two builds and has two quoined entrances and various altered openings.
Its gable end, an right, has a first floor, chamfered, quoined doorway with
cambered head, two round-arched ventilation slits and a 2-light double-
chamfered window (blocked and with mullion removed). Moulded gable-copings
on decorated moulded kneelers.
Interior: The main range has seven timber post and truss frames with
principal rafter trusses with queen struts. Some have studding in the truss
and one has studding below the tie-beam. The left three frames are narrower
and have no posts visible on the rear side. A similar arrangement exists
within the cottage to left. The range at 90° has three king-post trusses
with one post adjacent to the barn door.
P F Ryder, Report for South Yorkshire Archaeology Service, 25th May 1977
Listing NGR: SE2870205010
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