A ‘Cathedral’ Barn From The Middle Ages Is Saved For The UK

“Dating from 1426, early in the reign of boy-king Henry VI and not long after the death of Chaucer, the Great Barn was one of several built in an area now largely swallowed up by the outer west London suburbs.” After nearly being knocked out for a Heathrow runway and sold to a neglectful developer for £1, the barn now belongs to English Heritage.

Source: The Independent (UK) 01/30/12