Banbury Grain Store
Calcutt Farms at Hempton near Banbury selected a Shufflebottom steel-framed six-bay grain store, and a fan house 36 metres square. The building includes the Shufflebottom galvanised eaves beam gutter system.
Side cladding to 150mm below the top of concrete panels is vertical 0.5mm plastic coated reverse profile in green, with Ventair and Ultrazed side rails.
Roof cladding is P6R fibre cement in natural grey, with closed ridges. The front has two roller shutter doors 7.62 metres by 6.4 metres, and there are three personnel doors.
Building interior and exterior photos.
Glance at more buildings
An Oxfordshire farm growing hops has a 78m Shufflebottom building, partitioned into two sections 48m and 30m long, to store both crops and machinery. E9885
A 90ft Shufflebottom farm building, 40ft wide and 15ft to the eaves, is located at Hook Norton, near Banbury in Oxfordshire. K11407
J, A & D Cottrell opted for two Shufflebottom galvanised grain stores at Grove, near Wantage. E11993
A grain store for Wallington Farms at Baldock, Hertfordshire, was erected using Genie lifting equipment. E11676