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© Mr Bob Cottrell ARPS AFIAP DPAGB

IoE Number: 385620
Location: BARN AND STABLES TO WEST OF LODGE FARMHOUSE WITH ATTACHED WALL AND PIERS, A 688 (west off)
  BISHOP AUCKLAND, WEAR VALLEY, DURHAM
Photographer: Mr Bob Cottrell ARPS AFIAP DPAGB
Date Photographed: 05 May 2006
Date listed: 06 May 1986
Date of last amendment: 23 May 1994
Grade II

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BISHOP AUCKLAND NZ23SW A 688 634-1/2/4 (West side (off)) 06/05/86 Barn and stables to west of Lodge Farmhouse, with attached wall and piers (Formerly Listed as: AUCKLAND CASTLE PARK Lodge Farm barns with attached wall and gate piers) GV II Barn. 1779. Rubble with herringbone tooling to ashlar quoins; ashlar dressings; pantiled roof with stone gable coping. Walls attached to front: coursed rubble with quoins and flat stone coping. Walls attached to rear: coursed rubble with rounded coping. Barn one storey, one bay to front and 4 bays in return. South elevation has flat stone lintel and sill to empty rectangular opening; recessed blocking to lunette on bed of gable pediment which has triangular reinforcing blocks at gable edge. Left gable coping missing. Roof hipped at north end. Long returns have vent slits and boarded doors; north elevation boarded double doors. High walls attached to front and joining farmhouse are coursed rubble with large ashlar quoins forming yard entrance, and flat stone coping. Low wall attached to rear east, partly renewed, joins former hemmel walls and piers in farmyard, which are of regularly-sized small square blocks, with coping of roughly dressed semicircular stones, and have central quadrant curve to square piers with moulded stone coping. INTERIOR of barn shows tied roof trusses with diagonal struts. Barn in poor condition at time of survey (1991).

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