Richards, G., (2013). An Archaeological Standing Building Survey of an Outbuilding at The Red Lion Public House, Thornby, Northamptonshire (NGR SP 67046 75662).. Rugby: Archaeological Building Recording Services.

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An Archaeological Standing Building Survey of an Outbuilding at The Red Lion Public House, Thornby, Northamptonshire (NGR SP 67046 75662).
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Archaeological Building Recording Services unpublished report series
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archaeol30-171589_1.pdf (7 MB) : Download
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https://doi.org/10.5284/1036169
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An archaeological standing building survey of an outbuilding at The Red Lion Public House, Thornby, Northamptonshire (SP 67046 75662), commissioned from Archaeological Building Recording Services (ABRS) by Safeguard Ltd in advance of the proposed conversion of the building to non residential Bed and Breakfast use. The Red Lion, Thornby potentially dates to the early 17th century, the outbuilding recorded by this historic building recording most likely dates to the early 19th century when the pub was operated alongside the landlords farming. The building began as part of a larger linear range of agricultural buildings, most probably a cow hovel or milking parlour. When, in the mid to late 19th century the pub operated as a standalone inn the building was most likely converted to stabling with a coach house within the westernmost bay. In the 20th century, documentary evidence indicates that at least part of the building reverted to being a cow shed. Physical evidence observed during the site visit including floor surfaces and the likely location of feeding troughs confirms the agricultural origins of the building. Extensive evidence of alterations and re-building was also recorded.
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Gerwyn Richards
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Archaeological Building Recording Services
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Historic England (OASIS Reviewer)
Northamptonshire SMR (OASIS Reviewer)
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2013
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Site: The Red Lion Public House, Thornby
County: NORTHAMPTONSHIRE
District: DAVENTRY
Parish: THORNBY
Country: England
Grid Reference: 467046, 275662 (Easting, Northing)
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Find: NONE None
Monus: STANDING BUILDING, PUBLIC HOUSE Post Medieval
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OASIS Id: archaeol30-171589
OBIB: 2013-RLTN
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Bound A4 paper
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01 Feb 2018
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