The end of an unidentified timber-framed and thatched cottage, thought to be in the vicinity of Goteley Manor Farm, with hay gathered into piles in the field in the foreground and the roof of an oasthouse behind

Date:
Aug 1929
Location:
Northiam, Rother, East Sussex
Reference:
INN01/02/053
Type:
Photograph (Negative)
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Description

A note on the sleeve identifies the locations of the negatives inside as Yew Tree Farm and cottage near Goteley Manor Farm in Northiam.

The same building, probably a Wealden house, is shown in INN01/02/051, INN01/02/054, INN01/02/095, INN01/02/094, and INN01/02/096.

Content

This is part of the Series: INN01/02 Historic Inns and Vernacular Buildings - Negatives of Vernacular Buildings; within the Collection: INN01 Historic Inns and Vernacular Buildings

Rights

Source: Historic England Archive

Keywords

Wealden House, Timber Framed House