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White Cottage in Pentrobin"

White Cottage, Pentrobin, Buckley

July 1975

see 1.517 for a picture of the outside of the cottage


A cruck is a pair of timbers, arched together and based near the ground, erected to form principals for the support of the roof and walls of timber-framed small houses: in use in the Western half of England (and in Wales) until the Sixteenth Century or later.

from "A History of Architecture" by Sir Banister Fletcher. Edited by John Musgrove. 19th Ed. 1987.

Author: Bentley, James


Year = 1975

Month = July

Building = Domestic

Extra = Architecture

Extra = 1970s

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