Tyne and Wear HER(5659): Brierdene Farm, barn, gin-gang and shelter shed - Details
Brierdene Farm, barn, gin-gang and shelter shed
Agriculture and Subsistence
Barn, gin-gang and shelter shed. Late eighteenth century/early nineteenth century. Coursed sandstone; barn roof concrete tiles; gin-gang and shelter shed pantiled with stone copings. Long barn of two builds: Dutch doors in splayed openings and slit vents in stone surrounds. Octagonal gin-gang; back piers canted stone, front piers brick; pointed roof with lead ball finial. Shelter shed has arcade on square piers, small windows above. Feeding racks on rear wall. External stone staircase in east end. LISTED GRADE 2.
Department of National Heritage, List of Buildings of Special Architectural or Historic Interest, 4/175