Barn from the Top Side
The barn was constructed so that the middle story was at the level of the road. This permitted a team and load of hay to drive directly into the barn without the need for a ramp. Siding for the early barns and sheds were rough-sawed, unpainted lumber.
This view shows the lane from the main road terminating in the barnyard. A gate can be opened to continue into the fields.
Provided by Dorothy Bayes