Keys to the Past

Pockerley Farmhouse, Beamish (Beamish) - Source of Reference

The information on this website is based on a range of published and unpublished works. Below is a list of the source of information used in writing this record.

No. Originator(s) Date Title Notes
1 Ryder, P 1993 Bastles and bastle-like buildings in Allendale, Northumberland Vol149, p.370
2 Department of Environment, English Heritage, Historic Buildings and Monuments Commission 1950 List of buildings of special architectural or historic interest, also known as "Greenbacks" LB Volume, Map & Item: 1387, 3, 62
3 Ryder, P 2005 to 2006 Medieval and Sub-Medieval Defensible Buildings in County Durham
4 Ryder, P Beamish, Pockerley pele
5 Ryder, P Beamish, Pockerley pele
6 Ryder, P Beamish, Pockerley pele
7 Ryder, P Beamish, Pockerley pele
8 Ryder, P Beamish, Pockerley pele
9 Pele Tower on East Return of Pockerley Farmhouse
10 North East Vernacular Architecture Group 1991 Vernacular Architecture Group County Durham Spring 1991 p 20
11 Roberts, M 2008 A Preliminary Roof Typology for the North east of England c.1200-1700
12 Pockerley Farmhouse
13 Pockerley Farmhouse
14 Durham County Council 29-Jun-2016 11 photographs of Pockerley Farmhouse, Beamish
15 Durham County Council 16-Dec-2016 1 photograph of Pockerley Farmhouse, Beamish