Weald and Downland Open Air Museum :: Shared Description

The museum has around fifty historic vernacular buildings, most of which have been saved from destruction from other sites around the South East and rebuilt to their original form at the museum. Read more at wikipedia LinkExternal link
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25 images use this description:

SU8712 : Lake -Singleton by Paul Gillett
SU8712 : Mediaeval Cottage at Weald & Downland Museum, Singleton, West Sussex by Oast House Archive
SU8712 : Roof gablet on Bayleaf House by Oast House Archive
SU8712 : Crown post inside roof of Bayleaf House by Oast House Archive
SU8712 : Lake - Singleton by Paul Gillett
SU8712 : Jettied Toilet of Bayleaf House by Oast House Archive
SU8712 : Horse Whim - Weald and Downland Museum by Paul Gillett
SU8712 : Pendean Farmhouse by Paul Gillett
SU8712 : Granary at Weald & Downland Museum, Singleton, West Sussex by Oast House Archive
SU8712 : Farmland at Singleton by Paul Gillett
SU8712 : Sheep in field at Singleton by Paul Gillett
SU8712 : Windpump - Weald & Downland Museum by Paul Gillett
SU8712 : Jettying at Bayleaf House by Oast House Archive
SU8712 : Mediaeval Cottage - Singleton by Paul Gillett
SU8712 : Gridshell at Weald & Downland Museum, Singleton, West Sussex by Oast House Archive
SU8712 : Well near Winkhurst Kitchen by Paul Gillett
SU8712 : 'Bayleaf' Wealden Hall House at Weald & Downland Museum, Singleton, West Sussex by Oast House Archive
SU8712 : Windpump - Weald & Downland Museum by Paul Gillett
SU8712 : Path through grounds of Weald & Downland Museum by Paul Gillett
SU8712 : Poplar Cottage, Singleton by Paul Gillett
SU8712 : Bayleaf farmhouse by Paul Gillett
SU8712 : Toilet of Bayleaf House by Oast House Archive
SU8712 : Open Air Museum at Singleton by Paul Gillett
SU8712 : Granary, Weald & Downland Museum by Paul Gillett
SU8712 : Poplar Cottage at Weald & Downland Museum, Singleton, West Sussex by Oast House Archive


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Created: Mon, 9 Nov 2009, Updated: Fri, 4 Dec 2009

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