THE BRICKS AND BRICKWORK OF NORTHUMBERLAND AND DURHAM, 1650-1850
By Neil Weightman
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The first volume of Building Studies is no longer available to buy, but may be seen in many libraries.
The contents are as follows:
Spartalee House, Eastgate, County Durham.
Scurfield House,Stanhope, County Durham.
Dodd House, Stanhope, County Durham.
Ridding House, Stanhope, County Durham.
Holly House, Ingleton, County Durham.
Farm Buildings, Houghall, Durham, County Durham.
High Green, Mickleton, County Durham.
Barn, Hallgarth Farm, Hallgarth Pittington, County Durham.
School House, Killhope, County Durham.
Further volumes are being prepared.
The following items are available by post on request to firstname.lastname@example.org
THE BUILDINGS OF THE RELIGIOUS ESTATES IN MEDIEVAL DURHAM. A TREE-RING DATING PROJECT by Martin Roberts, Robert Laxton, Robert Howard, and Clifford Litton (offprint from Durham Archaeological Journal, 1999) 20 pages.
Price £4.00 including postage and packing.
A PRELIMINARY ROOF TYPOLOGY FOR THE NORTH EAST OF ENGLAND C.1200-1700 by Martin Roberts (offprint from Vernacular Architecture, 2008) 23 pages.
Price £5.00 including postage and packing.