MEM15294 - Stables, Comberow Railway Station (Building)
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Redundant stables now in use as private car port. Single-storey structure open on two sides (timber posts) with two slate stone enclosing walls beneath a welsh slate covered pitched roof. This structure pre-dates the WSMR.  The stables would have housed horses used for shunting rolling stock. 
- <1> SEM6860 Report: The Hartley Conservation Partnership + David Sekers Consulting Partnership. 2004. West Somerset Mineral Railway Conservation Plan. P.46.
- <2> SMO5787 Monograph: Sellick, R.. 1970. The West Somerset Mineral Railway and the Story of the Brendon Hills Iron Mines. David and Charles Limited. Second. P.97-98.
- <3> SEM7005 Report: Jones, M.H.. 1995. Report on Proposed Low-Key Visitor Access to Industrial Sites on the Brendon Hills. P.8.
|Grid reference||Centred ST 0290 3525 (9m by 11m) (Estimated from sources)|
|Civil Parish||OLD CLEEVE, WEST SOMERSET, SOMERSET|
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- National Park: Exmoor National Park
Record last edited
Mar 20 2014 3:25PM
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