St Ewe Lock-Up

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Overview

Nation   England

County   Cornwall

Location   Opposite the Crown Inn, Main Street,  St Ewe

Map location   exact or closely approximate

Year opened   Unknown

Year closed   Unknown

Building Type   Lock-Up

Remarks   Grade II listed but listing does not reference lock-up. Plate above door inscribed 'The Village Lock-up' but this use could not be verified.

Description

'Outbuilding, possibly a pump house. C18. Slatestone rubble and cob; painted. Hipped scantle slate roof with ridge tiles. Plan: Small square plan outbuilding. Exterior: Low single storey. The front has plank door with strap hinges and timber lintel to right; small 2-light window to left with wooden frame and plain wooden mullion. There is a single storey C20 corrugated iron lean-to at the rear.'

Historic England, National Heritage List for England, 'Outbuilding About 10 Metres South East of the Crown Inn', St Ewe, LEN1327077

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SOURCES

    Roy's Blog, 'CORNWALL. Lock-ups at St Day, St Ewe, St Tudy and Stratton.' (01 May 2013)

  • http://roys-roy.blogspot.com/2013/05/lock-ups-at-st-day-st-ewe-and-st-tudy.html
  • Historic England, National Heritage List for England, 'Outbuilding About 10 Metres South East of the Crown Inn', St Ewe, LEN1327077

  • https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1327077

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