Photos of an old barn near Underhill taken on Easter Sunday. Related Posts Hancock Barn on Route 100 Counting Barns in the Vermont Barn Census Vermont Winter Photos: Embracing the Cold Outdoors Welcoming the Vermont Spring Thaw 16 Comments A two-silo barn? What a unique barn that is! Hi Cedar, I know! I’ve never seen another barn like this one. It doesn’t look like the barn is used much anymore, but it’s still in decent shape. At first I thought the columns were stacked slate, but upon a closer look it appears to be bent wood. Were you present and able to get a closer look? Or are they in fact silos? Very cool either way. Hi Baydog, Yes, it’s bent wood. They look like silos, but I’m entirely sure. Like I told Cedar, I’ve never seen a barn like this one. It’s a beauty. Now that’s just odd! Baydog, I meant to say I’m NOT entirely sure about the silos. I’m going to try an investigate this and try to learn more about the style of this barn. Hi Sharon — It really is strange. I know a barn expert/historian who works with the state, and I’ll see if she can provide some explanation for the odd silos. Oh wow! That is a great barn! This comment has been removed by the author. That is certainly unique That is one unique barn! Beautiful! I think it’s sort of spooky looking.It could be used on the set of a scary movie.It has interesting character though. Never seen one like it. Hi Michaela – Thanks! It is very unusual. Hi Larry. You’re right — it definitely has a spooky feel to it. great photos,sadly I must inform you that the silos were blown off during the wind storm December 2010 Anonymous — How awful! I love that barn. I’m so sad to hear that it’s gone. Thanks for letting me know. the silo’s are still lying on the ground,I live off Cloverdale road so whenever I leave the house i see it,it is so sad! Comments are closed.