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Barn at Wycoller Hall - Lancashire

The barn at Wycoller Hall in Wycoller Country Park, Lancashire was built about 1650, probably using timbers from an earlier cruck barn.

It is a typical northern aisled barn with five bays, wide aisles suitable for stalling cattle and a low-pitched roof. The openings in the side indicate it was later converted to a coach house for the hall.

The barn is now the visitor centre for the park. There is large mill pond just above the barn and a trail along the river where you can see a variety of bridges spanning at least a 1000 years of history.

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