Buildings Recorded in the ISLE OF MAN

Stone end chimney house with slate roof has 2 floors & attics,probably early 17th century with later additions early 18th & late 19th century.
Glion TrammanE18cSC417942
End chimney house on 2 floors with attics & cellar.Brick walls constructed with cavities(seen during repair work) & slate roof.Typical Manx style
- OutbuildingsE18cSC417942
Selection of outbuildings necessary for a self-sufficient family house in the days before "mains" services or cars
Lower Glen Tramman [demolished & rebuilt]E19cSC417943
Typical small Manx farmhouse of 2 rooms on 2 floors with end chimneys & service lean-to.
Lezayre Station1879SC420949
Single storey 2 roomed building comprising ticket ofice & waiting room, by 2000 had been incorporated into a modern dwelling.
Bwoaillee LoshtM18cSC482901
Small end chimneys farmhouse of 2 rooms on 2 floors,of an ancient small holding built into a sloping corner of one of its fields. Once thatched.

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