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Gerrard's Bromley Hall - the site today

Gerrard's Bromley Hall, near Ashley, Staffordshire, was built around 1575.
The mansion was demolished 1750s.
But much of the late 16th and 17th century farm buildings survive in the current "Bromley Hall" farm.
See images at Staffordshire County Council.

  

The W side

  

The grand gateway and farm buildings on the W side.
Photo 2018. See full size.



The grand gateway and farm buildings on the W side.
Photo 2018. See full size.
See other shot.
See 2008 shot. From Geograph.



The farm buildings on the W side are built onto the old W wall shown in the 1686 print.
The gate is in the same location but the gate posts are newer.



The gate posts.
Photo 2018. See full size.
See other shot.



The N end of the W side.
Photo 2018. See full size.
See other shot.



The S end of the W side.
Photo 2018. See full size.


  

The N side

  

Round the corner on the NW side, looking back.
Photo 2018. See full size.



Farm building on the N side.
This building is Elizabethan with a modern roof.
Photo 2008 by Simon Huguet. From Geograph.
See 2018 shot.



It is the same as this building in the 1686 print, with a new roof.



Close-up of above building.
Photo 2018. See full size.


  
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