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A picture of Priory Barn Remains
The Priory Barn was one of the few buildings left standing wihen the Old Priory if St Ives was demolished in 1536. It continued in use for various purposes including that of a public building and a theatre up until around 1860 when it was demolished to make way for the proposed Eastern Counties Railway station. As it turned out the station was placed a little to the east.
From excavations the barn was about 90 feet in length and 35 feet wide. What can be seen in the photographs below is all that is left visible to us above ground. The present Priory House, on whose boundary these remains lie, was built in 1870.
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