Gin-Gang


A gin-gang (sometimes written as gingang) was a horse-engine house, usually a round building, attached to a threshing barn. A threshing machine in the barn was connected to the gin gang via wooden gears, drive shafts and drive belt, powered by a horse which walked round and round inside the gin gang. They were common on farms in the 18th and early 19th centuries.

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Converted Gin Gang at Bickerton

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Gin Gang, Seven Mile House Farm
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Gin Gang, Seven Mile House Farm
- Overview Map The round building at the side of Seven Mile House Farm is an early 19th century gin-gang (horse-engine house). It is a Grade II listed building. Seven Mile House Farm ...
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Farm buildings, Broomhouse

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Rafters of gin-gang roof, Broomhouse

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Gin gang, Whitechapel

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Gingang at Wittonstall Hall Farm

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Derelict gin-gang at rear of Nesbitt Hill Head

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The Granary, North Lough House

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The Gin Gang

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Wheelhouse or Gin-Gang

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