The press itself.
The flat surface is one single stone slab.
It is designed to extract the apple juice from the apple pulp and make it ready to be turned into delicious cider.
The press has been in use since 1791.
Before arrival to the press, the apples have to be turned into pulp to facilitate the process of juice extraction.
The apple smasher is made precisely to serve exacly that purpose. The heavy stone roller runs in the rut crushing apples.
  View of the barn inside.
One of the contributors to the glory of Wocestershire as a cider county.