Source/Archive record SEM7999 - Lower East Lyn, Lynton and Lynmouth, Devon: Results of historic building recording

Type Report
Title Lower East Lyn, Lynton and Lynmouth, Devon: Results of historic building recording
Author/Originator
Date/Year 2013
AC Archaeology report ACD784/2/1
Digital Object Identifier 10.5284/1022597

Abstract/Summary

Historic building recording was undertaken by AC Archaeology during building works involving the lowering of wall heights for safety reasons of a ruined outbuilding at Lower East Lyn Farm, near Lynmouth. It complied with the Written Scheme of Investigation for archaeological work required by the Exmoor National Park Authority as a condition of listed building consent. The outbuilding lies within the curtilage of Lower East Lyn farmhouse, a Grade II listed building. It also lies within the Lower East Lyn Conservation Area. The purpose of the watching brief was to monitor the lowering of the walls and prepare a record of any masonry or architectural features exposed during the works. The building works were undertaken by hand and no previously unrecorded features were observed. A photographic record was prepared including a series showing the walls following their lowering.

External Links (1)

Referenced Monuments (1)

  • Ruined building at Lower East Lyn Farm (Building)

Referenced Events (1)

  • 2013: WB - Farm building, Lower East Lyn (Ref: 64/41/13/025LB)

Record last edited

Dec 12 2018 12:12PM