Building record WFL 029 - Stable at Wood Hall

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19th century brick stable


Grid reference Centred TL 9237 4550 (20m by 23m)
Map sheet TL94NW


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19th C brick stable in the grounds of Wood Hall. The stall dividers and loose boxes survive, however mangers and hay racks have been removed. At one end was a tack room and a double coach house and the other a possible chafff house which does not appear to have ever been completed. Whilst this is a spacious building, it is lacking some of the ostentation sometimes seen in other contemporary stable blocks (S1).

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  • <S1> Unpublished document: Aitkens, P.. 2013. A report on the architectural history of a stable building at Wood Hall, Little Waldingfield, Suffolk.

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Record last edited

Nov 3 2014 12:09PM

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