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Little Hormead Barn

Two timber framed barns, one from Waterend and the other from Little Hormead, were moved to the centre of St. Albans, Hertfordshire, in the twentieth century. They now form a Wetherspoon’s bar and restaurant. Little Hormead Barn is the smaller of the two barns. It was relocated from Little Hormead near Buntingford in 1964.

It appears to have been encased in a modern, brick structure but inside it retains a lot of the original timber work. It is of post and truss construction and probably dates from the sixteenth century. It has five bays and heavier timbers than Waterend Barn.