Townend Barn, Built in 1666.

Opposite Townend Farm is the barn used by the Browne family. It’s one of the very few remaining bank barns in the Lake District and is still in use today, much like it was in the 18th-century.The oldest part of the barn was built by George Browne in 1666, with Read more…

16th century Townend Barn in Troutbeck Lake District

17th Century Barn Doors in Troutbeck Village

Townend Barn in the Lakeland village of Troutbeck Ā has remained essentially untouched for over 350 years. The oldest part was built in 1666, with a newer (!) extension which dates back to the 18th century. It is still part of a working farm. The farmer uses it for lambing and Read more…

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