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image SM 64/6/41

Reference number

SM 64/6/41

Purpose

[1] Design, July 1777

Aspect

Plan and elevation labelled Stable & Cow Yard, Farm Yard and Rick Yard

Scale

1/16 in to 1 ft

Inscribed

as above, Elevation next the Road, Road through the Yard to Cadlands Quay, NB The dotted lines shew the situation / of the old Farm house, labelled A Turkeys with Dove house over, Rosting [roosting?], Setting, Dogs, Warm'd Lodge, Boiling room, Dog, Bitches, Hack Stable, Saddle / room, Hogs, Cistern, Sows, Calves, Cows, Closet, Keeper, Scalding / room, Dairy - all this on three sides of the stable and cow yard and with the yard divided into Poultry Court / & / Garden, Green Yard(s) and with paved areas fronting the kennels. The farmyard has around it a Carthouse, Ox house, Slaughter house, Bailiff, Washouse, Farming Utensils, Chaff room, Carthorse Stable and there is a covered way or covered passage around the perimeter. The rick yard has a Barn and a Granary. Dimensions are given for all of these farm buildings.

Signed and dated

July 1777

Medium and dimensions

Pen, sepia washes, pencil on laid paper (461 x 676)

Hand

SOANE, Sir John (1754--1837), architect
Soane

Watermark

J Whatman, fleur-de-lis within crowned cartouche with GR below

Literature

P.du Prey, John Soane: the making of an architect, 1982, pp.259-61

Level

Drawing

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