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photoblog image Church Farm Museum 5/10

Church Farm Museum 5/10

The main building is dated around 1760 with 19th century additions. It has been furnished to the period 1900-1910. The kitchen retains a working coal fire range where baking is regularly demonstrated. Rooms such as the pantry, parlour, nursery and bedroom are set out as if the occupier has just stepped outside for a moment. You will see the inside over the next few days.

Church Farm Museum 5/10

The main building is dated around 1760 with 19th century additions. It has been furnished to the period 1900-1910. The kitchen retains a working coal fire range where baking is regularly demonstrated. Rooms such as the pantry, parlour, nursery and bedroom are set out as if the occupier has just stepped outside for a moment. You will see the inside over the next few days.

comments (13)

  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 18 Dec 2015, 00:22
This is a very attractive place, Brian.
Brian Walbey: And also a very interesting house inside.
A wonderful looking house, Brian!! I'm looking forward to seeing the inside!
Brian Walbey: It is really interesting inside, a bit how I remember old peoples house back in the 40's.
What a beautiful house Brian!
Brian Walbey: The inside is really interesting Richard.
  • Lisl
  • England
  • 18 Dec 2015, 06:24
How mellow this looks, Brian
Brian Walbey: It is a fine house both inside and outside Lisl.
  • Chris
  • England
  • 18 Dec 2015, 06:43
It looks in lovely condition
Brian Walbey: It is Chris, and really interesting inside.
What a beauty, Brian, that appears to be in pristine order! Ship-shape (for Boat Friday?).
Brian Walbey: It is Ginnie, and really interesting inside.
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 18 Dec 2015, 07:34
a nice row of well looked after brickstone buildings looking like a family
Brian Walbey: It's all one house which has been added to in stages, and quite interesting insaide.
Fascinating design Brian, hard to understand why it was built like this.
Brian Walbey: It's all one house which has been added to in stages, and quite interesting inside.
I love set ups like this. We have a small little village just a couple of miles from here that is set up like that.
Brian Walbey: If they stick to keeping them reasonably authentic then they are very interesting, this house certainly is.
A neat construction Brian. I like the tiered layers
Brian Walbey: I presume the large part on the right was the original house and it then had two extensions.
It has very handsome roofage Brian
Brian Walbey: I thought that myself while we were there.
That's a fair old whack of tiles!
Brian Walbey: But quite attractive aren't they.
  • Alan
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 18 Dec 2015, 22:13
Lovely! I like all the different roof levels.
Brian Walbey: I presume original house plus extensions.

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