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This Barn is an example of a Ground Level Stable Barn. The only one of its' type found in Bow, it was constructed roughly at the same time as the connected gambrel roofed house. The Ground Level Stable Barn featured innovative solutions to some common problems for dairy farmers during the early 20th century. Dairy herds were housed on grade with concrete floors to allow for easier cleaning. Hay would be hoisted by mechanical means through a door in the gable end to a hayloft.
NHDHR Inventory #Bow0021

This Barn Collasped 2015 with snow-load and then burned in 2018

web design by "Tom Campbell Wilson"
photos taken c. April, 2009 by
Eric Anderson: Photographer