I have been visiting and photographing threshing barns for over ten years. I am fascinated by their structure, the variety within one form of building and their fomer importance to the community. Some of them may have changed ownership or use since my visit so do check on their websites. I have travelled all over England visiting barns and giving illustrated talks to local societies. If you belong to a local history society or have an interesting barn in your area, please get in touch.

This site has grown so much since I began that I have had to split it up into number of sub-sections with their own indices, these are: Barns by Region, Barns by Type, Wedding Barns, Meet & Eat and Museums. I have just started a whole new section still in beta form called “Other Timber Structures”.

I also give Illustrated Talks
with Scale Models & Information Boards


E-mail: kenbonham68@gmail.com

Great Barns

Tithe Barns

Manorial Barns

Monastic Barns

Threshing Barns

Converted Barns

Buildings Converted into Barns

Barn Conversions

If you get lost, just click on “Home”
at the top or bottom of the menu
and it will bring you back here.

I have also added some flip books of my books about barns.

Click the image to see them. Please have a look and let me know what you think.


Individual Visits

Click here to view my Google Map of barns in England & Wales that I have visited.

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