Benjamin Brecknell Turner
Albumen print from paper negative
Museum no. PH.16-1982
The lane at Bredicot, photographed here in dramatic, plunging perspective, is an ancient public carriage road which was, and is still, the only route into and through the village. The tallest structure on the left - with its distinctive brick foundation, timber walls and thatched, hipped gable roof - can be identified as the opposite end of the large barn seen in Foldyard, Bredicot, Court, Museum no. PH.23-1982 . The barns have disappeared during the 20th century as the working farm has developed, and been replaced with more up to date functional buildings. Two of the cottages on the right can still be seen today.