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The owner allowed me to photograph his barns, but asked me not to give their location. There are two barns of typical, midland, box-frame construction (sometimes called “half-timbered”). This is a variation of “post & truss” construction. These barns have brick infill and clay tiled roofs. Notice the ventilation holes in typical diamond pattern.

Because of their construction, this type of barn is quite easy to convert to a dwelling. Windows can be put in the frame spaces and doors can also be easily inserted. This is why there are not many unaltered barns in the Midlands.

The Barn @ Studley

The Barn, Main Street
Keyworth, Notts

Coates Barn, Cosby

Moreton Baggot
Warwickshire

The Wool Barn
Frampton-on-Severn

Other Midland Box Frame Barns

Hodnet Hall
Shropshire

Granary attached to one of the barns

Private

Barns near Alcester