The photographer's notes state: 'North end of W. wing roof. Practically all the timber work, except the small joists in the floor, old. Bit of the north arm of the king-post just visible in top left'.
The farmhouse at Manor Farm was located on the east side of the Orpington Bypass (now Cray Avenue), just to the south of the railway line. It was demolished between January and February 1936.
© Historic England Archive
People & Organisations
Photographer: Street, Philip Edmund Wills
Crown Plate, Rafter, Timber Framed Building, Post Medieval Farmhouse
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