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!
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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!
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