East Barn, Three Tuns Farm, Harlow Hill, Northumberland. Archaeological Watching Brief (OASIS ID: aagarcha1-299818)

AAG Archaeology, 2018

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Introduction

East Barn, Three Tuns Farm, Harlow Hill, Northumberland. Archaeological Watching Brief (OASIS ID: aagarcha1-299818)

AAG Archaeology were commissioned to undertake an archaeological watching brief at East Barn, Three Tuns Farm, Harlow Hill, Northumberland, NE15 0QD (NZ0792968361). The watching brief confirmed what was already suspected, that there had previously been ancillary or extending structures added to the East Barn to form a larger complex of farm buildings, probably as part of a dairy farming operation which peaked in the twentieth century. Only a reused dressed stone was of any interest, and this was undatable. Bedrock was close to the surface and had probably been built on successively.