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Latitude: 52.8104 / 52°48'37"N
Longitude: -2.7891 / 2°47'20"W
OS Eastings: 346908
OS Northings: 323945
OS Grid: SJ469239
Mapcode National: GBR 7G.VT6F
Mapcode Global: WH8B7.4M49
Entry Name: The Red Lion Public House
Listing Date: 27 May 1953
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1180163
English Heritage Legacy ID: 260093
Location: Myddle, Broughton and Harmer Hill, Shropshire, SY4
Civil Parish: Myddle, Broughton and Harmer Hill
Built-Up Area: Myddle
Traditional County: Shropshire
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Shropshire
Church of England Parish: Myddle St Peter
Church of England Diocese: Lichfield
SJ 4623-4723 MYDDLE C.P. MYDDLE
15/98 The Red Lion Public
House, now inn. Early C17 and mid-C17. Timber framed with red brick
nogging, partly rebuilt in red brick; extended in dressed red sandstone;
slate roof. Framing: small square panels (4 from sole plate to wall
plate) with short straight corner braces. L-plan; 5 framed bays at
right angles to the road with later wing to north-east. 2 storeys
and gable-lit attic with addition of one storey and attic. North-east
front: external lateral brick stack off-centre to left at rear consisting
of C19 brick shaft with pilaster strips, central open diagonal brick
decoration and C20 cap. 3 first-floor windows and 2 ground-floor windows;
mid-C19 one-, 2- and 3-light wooden-framed cast-iron lattice casements.
C20 boarded door to right with small flanking windows and enclosed
late C20 gabled wooden porch. Gable end on to road: ground-floor 3-
light lattice casement and first-floor 2-light lattice casement. Jettied
gable probably restored in late C19 or early 020 with moulded bressumer
on cusped brackets and truss with 2 collars. 2-light C19 cast-iron
lattice attic casement. North-east wing: 2 large gabled semi dormers
with 3-light wooden casements and planted timbers; large central integral
lateral brick stack to front with pilaster strips and central open
diagonal brick decoration. 3 ground-floor C20 diamond-leaded wooden
casements. Evidence of blocked doorway between first and second windows
from right (see straight joints). Interior: chamfered beams; pair
of large open fireplaces with chamfered wooden lintels. David G. Hey,
An English Rural Community: Myddle Under the Tudors and Stuarts, Leicester
University Press (1974), p.87n.
Listing NGR: SJ4690823945
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