Gaskell Brown, C., (2013). HISTORIC BUILDING RECORD EGL0SERME FARM BUILDINGS ST ERME, CORNWALL. Millbrook: Cynthia Gaskell Brown.

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HISTORIC BUILDING RECORD EGL0SERME FARM BUILDINGS ST ERME, CORNWALL
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Cynthia Gaskell Brown unpublished report series
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cynthiag1-152709_1.pdf (10 MB) : Download
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https://doi.org/10.5284/1022510
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Farm buildings at Eglaserme Farm, St Erme, Truro, Cornwall (SW 84549 49839) recorded prior to their conversion to domestic use as required by Cornwall County Council Planning Consent no PA30/0917/10/R. The buildings are Listed Grade II group value. They adjoin Egloserme Farm House, a 17th - 19th century Grade II Listed building. The group consists of a two storey building, facing south, with a threshing barn on the upper floor and a cow-house below. This was probably built in the early 19th century and certainly before 1840. A single storey cow-house facing east was added at right angles to the front of the barn between 1840 and 1880. By 1907 a cart shed had been added to the east end of the barn and a lean to shed to west end. Constructed of local slate stone with granite quoins and cambered brick window heads the barn has a distinctive appearance. Inside, both cow-houses (shippons) contained some double cow stalls, metal water bowls, tethering poles (stiddles) and chains. Feeding troughs, partitions and floors with slurry channels made of concrete all date to the twentieth century use of the cow-houses which came to an end in 1992. The buildings reflect mid twentieth century small scale Cornish farming when running less than two dozen dairy cows and a bull on 53 acres could provide a modest living.
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C Gaskell Brown
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Cynthia Gaskell Brown
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Historic England (OASIS Reviewer)
Cornwall and Scilly HER (OASIS Reviewer)
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2013
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Site: Eglaserme Farm
Parish: ST ERME
District: CARRICK
County: CORNWALL
Country: England
Location - Auto Detected: Egloserme Farm House
Location - Auto Detected: Eglaserme Farm St Erme Truro Cornwall
Location - Auto Detected: ERME CORNWALL Farm
Grid Reference: 184500, 49800 (Easting, Northing)
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Find: None Uncertain
Monus: Agricultural Buildings 20th Century
Monus: Agricultural Buildings Post Medieval
Temporal - Auto Detected: 17th 19th Century
Temporal - Auto Detected: Early 19th Century
20th Century
20th Century
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OASIS Id: cynthiag1-152709
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A4 softback spiral bound.
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25 Nov 2016
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