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The 1750s trusses were in a poor state. Bearing ends were rotten and a 20th century laminated, segmental timber arched strengthening scheme cut deeply into the principal rafter and tie members, complicating their removal. It was clear that extensive strengthening repairs would be needed if the barn roof was to ...
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