I can’t remember the name of this place, somewhere on the way back from Llangollen to Newport. A beautiful forest full of the scent of pine after too long in a hot bus. It had this fantastic Tudor building, protected by a concrete base, now used as a toilet block.
This view made me realize I was looking at a barn. The archway in the centre is the threshing area, open to the wind to blow away the chaff. It was parallel with the road heading south so may be where it was built. But looking the other way was this
Which is not where the contents of the barn came from, so this was probably cornfield when the barn was built.