Plan, sections, elevation and details of the roof timbers of the refectory at Cleeve Abbey

Date:
Oct 1953
Location:
Cleeve Abbey, Refectory, Old Cleeve, West Somerset, Somerset
Reference:
MP/CLE0003
Type:
Measured Drawing
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Description

Drawing shows: a plan of one bay; sectional elevations of the principal trusses (one and six, one showing the decay), intermediate truss (five) and arch-braced rafters (thirty); vertical elevation of one bay; elevation of a cornice; details of the principal and intermediate brackets; and sections through the arch and bracket moulding and wallplate moulding.

Content

This is part of the Job: PF/CLE/001 Survey of the refectory roof at Cleeve Abbey; within the Volume: PF/CLE Cleeve Abbey, Washford, Somerset; within the Series: EHC01/022 English Heritage Plans and Measured Drawings; within the Collection: EHC01 English Heritage(EH):Archive

Rights

Copyright Crown Copyright. Historic England Archive

People & Organisations

Creator of Archive: Ministry Of Works

Keywords

Bracket, Cornice, Refectory, Roof, Truss, Medieval Abbey, Medieval Cistercian Monastery