Zeno; it is trefoilshaped in section, with a tie-beam joining the cusps.
East wall: tie beam above division between nave and chancel, and plaster infill above the beam.
Queen post - a pair of vertical timbers rising from a tie beam to support purlins.
A gabled roof runs north to south with a large tie-beam against the north wall; molded purlins.
Roof of rafters and chamfered purlins with one cambered tie beam.
Plastered walls and a ceiling with two exposed purlins, and a massive tie-beam (or wallplate?
purlin tie beam truss roof with collars.
South wall: timber door arch, with side posts supporting arch-braced tie beam and king post.
Flagged floor; walls roughly plastered and whitewashed; roof has rafters, purlins and one tie-beam truss with struts - some old timbers.
Five bay double purlin tie beam truss roof with collars.
Unlike tie beam trusses they are integral to the walls of the building.
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