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  • the capital and largest city of Indiana; a major commercial center in the country's heartland; site of an annual 500-mile automobile race

  • The capital of Indiana, in the central part of the state; pop. 791,926. The city hosts the Indy 500, an annual 500-mile (804.5-km) car race

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  • Cause to feel in need of rest or sleep; weary

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  • hoop that covers a wheel; "automobile tires are usually made of rubber and filled with compressed air"

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  • A large shed used for storing vehicles

  • A large farm building used for storing grain, hay, or straw or for housing livestock

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  • A barn is an agricultural building used for storage and as a covered workplace. It may sometimes be used to house livestock or to store farming vehicles and equipment. Barns are most commonly found on a farm or former farm.

Orton Barn

Orton  Barn

( 1 of 2) Hwy.2, Plainfield, Vermont. ONE EXTREMELY LARGE DAIRY BARN !!!!!!!!
I could find next to nothing with my google searches and the information that I got from the guy who lived beside it just did not add up. He told me it was on the National Historical Register, its not, and that it was only used for ten years as a dairy barn, that didn,t seem logical so really had to work at finding some answers. The covered bridge a mile or so down the road is on the National Historical register ( Martin Bridge) which led me to a phone number for the local Historical Societies. A phone call to John Johnson of Marshfield, Vermont was met with the straight forward answers that it seems the New Englanders give. Not much time is spent with chit chat before getting to the meat of the issue. Nothing wrong with this, just not the way it would have been handled were I,m from. The barn was built in 1911 and has five floors in it with the second floor being used to house and milk the one hundred plus cows. Up till electricity came to the area they were milked by hand. John Johnson the president of the local association had been in the barn about three years ago and says it is in rather good shape with some storm damage of the tin roof being replaced this week, always a good sign. The ground floor would have been used for manure removal and storage. Conflicting info as to the third floor, some have said it housed milk cows also, and others say, chickens and pigs. I would not be surprised that part of this floor was living quarters for the help. That leaves the top two floors. One would have been used as a hay mow and I,m hoping that someone knows more about this barn and can give an answer as to the use of the top two floors. A photo that follows gives a side view of the silo that is attached to the barn. One of the few barns that are significantly taller than the silo. The barn was updated in the 1950,s with a shed attached to hold a bulk milk cooler, replacing the milk cans that were previously used. John could not say for sure, but thinks that the farm ceased milking cows some time in the late 1960,s to the early 1970,s. As large as this is ,it is best viewed large or original to see all the details.

Photographer vs. Barn

Photographer vs. Barn

An epic, David and Goliath battle in which ultimately, everybody wins. Randy, (aka DMIA JAYHAWK), takes on a falling down barn.

Taken Sunday, November 15, 2009 on a country road east of Knoxville, Iowa.

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