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The Malthouse, Stoney Lane

Heartland

master brummie
Associated with brewing were the often separate Malthouse buildings, where barley was converted to malt for brewing.

The attached image shows a malthouse converted into a garage, but the buildings age is consistent with the previous task of producing malt.

Stoney Lane.jpg
 

Phil

Retired Layabout
Heartland

The same building from another angle, and possibly a little earlier C1920.

Yardley Stoney Lane 1920   (2).JPG
 

Heartland

master brummie
The group of buildings were constructed in the form of an L with one side along the original Stoney Lane and is show on the 1885 Ordnance Survey, published in 1888.

Stoney Lane was then a narrow road, whilst the Malthouse was near the "Old Ring of Bells Inn" at Yardley Village.

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