Inside the manor. Mostly original I think
Best not to slam the door as you leave . .
15 Sep 2017 9:12am
Interesting structure. Worth photographing.
15 Sep 2017 9:32am
Gosh ! The wooden rafters are still here...Hope they stay !!! What an amazing shot here !!!!
15 Sep 2017 10:02am
Humph - the scarf joint is the wrong way round, common error. The tie-beam is in tension not compression.
15 Sep 2017 1:25pm
@Brockaly: are you sure about that? If it was the other way around the entire weight of the beam and the kingpost would be relying on the fastenings through the joint
I think they are original, and great to see.
15 Sep 2017 1:42pm
Fabulous structural details.
15 Sep 2017 3:03pm
What a beautiful old roof.
15 Sep 2017 3:47pm
It's just the step that will grip in the wrong direction. I will eat 'umble pie if necessary...
15 Sep 2017 5:44pm
@Brockaly: Point taken. No need for pie :) Lasted well despite the design fault though
Superb framing .
15 Sep 2017 7:06pm
Excellent point of view. The construction of worn wood is beautiful...
15 Sep 2017 9:30pm
It looks so intricate. But it works well. It has held up the roof for a long time. The aged wood is beautiful!
16 Sep 2017 2:15am
complicated construction that looks like a game of pick-up-sticks
16 Sep 2017 3:59am
Quelle charpente de bois e tiamge fantastique compo.
16 Sep 2017 4:11am
Fills you with interest in how they managed to tool these and construct from bare trees.
17 Sep 2017 12:50pm
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