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Re: More pictures from our village.

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Phil Scarborough

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Just a bit more information. The barns are an L-shape because 1 wing is newer than the other. The left hand wing holds our village shop and post office, plus a room with computors so that people without one can access the internet. Upstairs is a meeting room where the various village societies can meet.The right hand wing is used as a garage and storeroom for the shop.420 years old and still in full use.
Retired farmer. The windows were of glass.When the Romans were here, in about 200BC, they made glass here, but the knowledge was lost after they left. It came back, I think, in the 16th century as an expensive luxury.
oj. The power station is very similar to Drax, they were built at the same time.I am about 30 miles south of Drax, about 50 miles south of Pocklington. We will be at Pocklington 27/28 July, at a show. I will look for your brother.
rweny.I am not able to get pictures of interiors for you. Although our houses are hundreds of years old, they are all someones home. Have you tried Google? I assume you are in the US, I found 16 historic houses listed in the Eastern states, maybe you could get help there?
dblair. I watched builders today, they were putting a new roof on a house built in about 1730. This is the second new roof since the house was built!

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