Thursday, 9 May 2013

Wycoller's aisled barn


Built around 1650 using timbers from an earlier cruck barn, the magnificent aisled barn was used to store hay, thresh corn, stable oxen and as a coachhouse. It has been restored and now functions as an Information Centre. Apparently it houses a colony of Natterer's bats, which is a relatively rare species, but I guess they would have been asleep when I was there as I didn't see any.


4 comments:

  1. Those timbers could tell a tale or two...

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  2. A charming old barn ... how nice it has been maintained and used as an Information Centre

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  3. What a wonderful interior!

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  4. That first photo is an award winner, jennyfreckles. The timbers are spectacular!

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