The Lord Leycester Hospital Warwick, UK / The Hospital is an historic group of timber-framed buildings dating mainly from the late 14th Century clustered round the Norman gateway into Warwick with its 12th Century Chantry Chapel above it. For nearly 200 years it was the home of Warwick's mediaeval Guilds. In the reign of Queen Elizabeth I it became a place of retirement for old warriors and their wives. So it remains today as an independent charity providing a home for ex-Servicemen.
Located behind the Amos Baldwin House (now occupied by the Johnson family) in Cheshire is an old barn which has been converted into a garage. The Gothic Revival (or Carpenter Gothic) style barn has a cupola and a gable over the hay loft with stick bracing and board and batten siding. The barn, or carriage house, was possibly built when the Baldwin-Johnson House was remodeled in 1872.