Beamish Museum: Pockerley Old Hall

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Pockerley Old Hall in Beamish Museum is a country house and associated farm buildings in the east of the site, outside and to the east of the tramway oval. To the south is St Helen’s Church, and beyond that, Pockerley Waggonway.

From a distance[edit]

House & Ornamental garden[edit]

House[edit]

Object location 54° 53′ 06.83″ N, 1° 39′ 17.64″ W View this and other nearby images on: OpenStreetMap - Google Earth info

Interior[edit]

Ornamental garden[edit]

An ornamental garden is laid out in a N-S rectangle, directly to the south of the main portion of the hall

Object location 54° 53′ 06.28″ N, 1° 39′ 17.59″ W View this and other nearby images on: OpenStreetMap - Google Earth info

Vegetable Garden[edit]

Adjoining the ornamental garden to its south, is an E-W aligned rectangular vegetable garden

Object location 54° 53′ 05.73″ N, 1° 39′ 17.37″ W View this and other nearby images on: OpenStreetMap - Google Earth info

Coach house[edit]

Halfway along the road from Pockerley tram stop to the hall, is a small coach house (on the south side of the road)

Object location 54° 53′ 04.69″ N, 1° 39′ 21.07″ W View this and other nearby images on: OpenStreetMap - Google Earth info

Farm buildings[edit]

Stables[edit]

Sheds[edit]

Pig sty[edit]

Object location 54° 53′ 07.67″ N, 1° 39′ 16.87″ W View this and other nearby images on: OpenStreetMap - Google Earth info

The Pockerley estate has a stand-alone pig sty with two south facing pens.

Other[edit]