Last modified on 19 July 2014, at 18:12

Beamish Museum: Home Farm

Home Farm at Beamish Museum is on the south western corner of the site, outside the tram oval, to its west. There are various buildings on the farm, either side of a N-S running road - the majority being on the west.

East complexEdit

West complexEdit

The western complex comprises a square plot, with buildings arranged in various ways inside it.

East wingEdit

A long building runs the full length of the eastern side of the square plot, adjacent to the road

South courtyardEdit

One of two courtyards in the complex on the west side of the road

Object location 54° 52′ 58.18″ N, 1° 39′ 57.17″ W View this and other nearby images on: OpenStreetMap - Google Maps - Google Earth info


Pig styEdit

Object location 54° 52′ 57.92″ N, 1° 39′ 56.97″ W View this and other nearby images on: OpenStreetMap - Google Maps - Google Earth info

Home Farm has a pig sty with four south facing pens, forming the southern boundary of the south courtyard in the western complex.

North courtyardEdit

Gin GangEdit

Sited in the north courtyard is a circular gin gang - a structure built to contain a horse mill. It adjoins the building forming the south side of the courtyard

Object location 54° 52′ 58.74″ N, 1° 39′ 58.4″ W View this and other nearby images on: OpenStreetMap - Google Maps - Google Earth info

Perimeter wallEdit

ShedEdit

The shed is on the east side of the road

Object location 54° 52′ 58.93″ N, 1° 39′ 54.8″ W View this and other nearby images on: OpenStreetMap - Google Maps - Google Earth info

Ash closetEdit

InteriorsEdit

OtherEdit