EPW033249 ENGLAND (1930). Barton, Buckland Brewer, 1930

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EPW033249
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EPW033248
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Manylion

Pennawd [EPW033249] Barton, Buckland Brewer, 1930
Cyfeirnod EPW033249
Dyddiad July-1930
Dolen
Enw lle BUCKLAND BREWER
Plwyf BUCKLAND BREWER
Ardal
Gwlad ENGLAND
Dwyreiniad / Gogleddiad 241476, 120734
Hydred / Lledred -4.2577280386311, 50.963643455824
Cyfeirnod Grid Cenedlaethol SS415207

Pinnau

Just pretend...

Billy Turner
Saturday 18th of June 2016 12:20:40 AM
Home vegetable garden?

BigglesH
Monday 24th of June 2013 01:13:07 PM

BigglesH
Monday 24th of June 2013 01:10:18 PM
Thatched barns

MB
Saturday 15th of December 2012 11:13:05 AM

Cyfraniadau Grŵp

This property is the Barton at Buckland Brewer, North Devon.

c
Tuesday 3rd of September 2013 03:46:41 PM
Great another one found - well done

Dave Brunt
Saturday 31st of August 2013 08:43:09 AM
Hi c,



Thanks for your suggestion! We'll update the catalogue and post your new data here in due course.



Yours, Katy

Britain from Above Cataloguing Team Leader

Katy Whitaker
Tuesday 3rd of September 2013 03:46:41 PM
View is looking north. Another impressive spot C, well done.

Class31
Saturday 31st of August 2013 11:50:08 PM
This is a very substantial farm - see large yard to right

The use of stone (as well as possible cob in the house) suggests a west Devon location

Nat
Saturday 24th of August 2013 10:14:06 AM
Two men, two women.

Alan McFarlane
Monday 27th of May 2013 06:26:08 AM
See also EPW033248.

BigglesH
Sunday 14th of April 2013 08:03:51 PM
This has a real Devon feel about it. It neighbour numbers are Luscombe Castle, Dawlish which offers no glue in the immediate vicinity from the study of modern aerial pictures. The mixture of whitewash, stone out buildings and what at least in part appears to be cob under thatch, suggests somewhere on the edge of Dartmoor or north Devon. Clearly the householders had time to get 'on parade' but the workers by the beehives beyond the barns seem less involved with the picture taking. It is clearly a go ahead enterprise with its large wooden chicken houses near the house and some smaller ones out in the fields. The house could be a modernised Devon long house, many of which tend to be orientated with the ridge from east to west the fron facing south... but there are not shadows to tell us this.

Maurice
Thursday 20th of December 2012 04:07:05 PM
The farmhouse with slate roof, barns with thatched roofs and the nineteenth century barn by the sheep and hens are all types I associate with the south west - in particular west Devon and perhaps also east Cornwall. Is west Wales also a candidate?

MB
Saturday 15th of December 2012 11:18:14 AM