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IoE Number: 183518
Location: BARN AT OXENDALE HALL FARM, SOUTH WEST OF OXENDALE HALL,
  OSBALDESTON, RIBBLE VALLEY, LANCASHIRE
Photographer: N/A
Date Photographed: N/A
Date listed: 13 March 1986
Date of last amendment: 13 March 1986
Grade II*

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OSBALDESTONSD 63 SE5/33Barn at Oxendale Hall Farm, south--west of Oxendale HallGVII*

OSBALDESTON SD 63 SE 5/33 Barn at Oxendale Hall Farm, south- - west of Oxendale Hall GV II* Barn, possibly c.1600. Cruck-framed with walls of sandstone rubble and brick replacing timber framing, and with slate roof. The east wall has an open corrugated iron lean-to between 2 wide entrances, the left-hand one with plain reveals and concrete lintel, the right-hand one with brick reveals. At the right is a lean-to addition with stone slate roof. Against the west wall is a lean-to shippon with corrugated asbestos roof. Interior has 3 large cruck trusses with outriders, the blades joined by yokes below the ridge, with spurs tying them to wall posts. The southern truss has had a high collar removed. It is not clear whether the other trusses had collars or tie beams. Against the north gable wall is a former closed truss with straighter cruck blades of lighter scantling, a collar which continues across to meet the outriders, a sill beam, and other timber framing with evidence for wattle infill. The 2 southern bays of the barn are divided by an open king post truss with raking queen struts and jowled wall posts. Some straight wind braces remain, and remaining sections of wall plate show that the walls were once of timber framing.

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