Tithe Barn

The Tithe Barn in Maidstone, Kent is a large two-storey stone building on the east side of Mill Street. It was constructed in the 14th century as a tithe barn for the nearby Archbishop's Palace and was later used as the palace's stables. The barn is a Grade I listed building and a scheduled monument.[1][2] It is home to the Tyrwhitt-Drake Museum of Carriages.
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Museum of Carriages (Tithe Barn)
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Museum of Carriages (Tithe Barn)
Museum of Carriages (Tithe Barn)
Museum of Carriages (Tithe Barn)
Museum of Carriages (Tithe Barn)
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Museum of Carriages (Tithe Barn)
Museum of Carriages (Tithe Barn)
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