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The 1993 Barn

A 1720 style post and beam barn was built in 1993. The Friends raised the money for the timbers and materials with the guidance and know-how from the Bedford Rotary Club, Nat Brown, Art Smith and Bill Waite, Jr., and timber-framer Thomas Musco of Royalston Oak Timber Frames, Royalston, Massachusetts. The barn was raised on June 23, 1993, through a community effort and volunteers and deeded to the Town of Bedford on November 4, 1995.


JOB LANE BARN
c.1720 post and beam barn built in 1993
Artist: Stiles, from the book: Barns and Backbuildings

 

 

 

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