Search Results for: old red sandstone

Council Offices, Ledbury

Building: 6968

Timber framed building on Downton Castle and Old Red sandstone base.

Badnage Hill Quarry

Quarry: 763

Micacious Old Red Sandstone Flagstones quarry

Steps Farmhouse

Building: 905

Farmhouse. C17 remodelled C19. Red brick, Old Red Sandstone rubble plinth, part timber-framed, C20 brick end stack to left, C19 to right, C17 brick stack on rear wall. 'U' plan, centre infilled in...

The Smithy

Building: 915

Purpose built Smithy. Mid C19. Red brick with Old Red Sandstone quoins and dressings, plain tiled roof, forge stack to left end.

The Old Rectory

Building: 6003

Possibly C17 origins with alterations & enlargements in early & late C19. Roughly coursed sandstone rubble, brick, Welsh slate roofs, brick stacks.

Old Grammar School, Ledbury

Building: 6972

Old Grammar School is a timber framed building with a foundation of Old Red Sandstone blocks.
May have been built as a guild hall, church house or even school in the late C15 Very dilapidated by l...

1, Southend, Ledbury

Building: 6963

Timber framed, C16 or C17 building, whose wooden pillars are supported on cross-bedded red and white Old Red Sandstone bases.

Bramley Barn, Munsley

Building: 7254

Two storey dwelling house mostly of Old Red Sandstone with some brick above the windows. Stone blocks are of varying shape, size, colour and texture, and there is little sign of weathering.

Anglican Chapel, Ledbury

Building: 6326

2 detached chapels, rock-faced, with red sandstone bands. The larger, Anglican chapel has south-west turret with spirelet & tall porch. The former Non-conformist chapel has crocketed west doorway.

Stone gateway NE of St Katherine’s Hall, Ledbury

Building: 6961

Gateway from the street at the North end of St Katherines Hall and Chapel, has pillars of fissile coarse grey sandstone similar to stone used at Ledbury Park, probably Old Red Sandstone.