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BARN AT WIRSWALL HALL,
WIRSWALL, CREWE AND NANTWICH, CHESHIRE
19 May 1986
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SJ 54 SW
5/79 Barn at Wirswall Hall
Barn. C16 or C17. Timber framed with clapboard covering (probably
originally wattle and daub infill), with corrugated iron roof over thatch.
Single storey barn with later inserted first floor. South flank: 19x3
cells of small framing with angle braces and covered by clapboarding
some of which is butt-ended, the rest overlaid and much of which has
now fallen off. The uprights and cross timbers are channelled
indicating a different original infill which has been replaced by the
boarding. To either gable end are later extensions.
Interior: Two internal dividing walls with later inserted tension
braces and beams for the first floor. Queen post trusses with lateral
uprights, two principals and a ridge.