: A barn built on a slope, allowing entry from two levels, similar to a house with a walkout basement.
A bank barn's upper level extends out over the front of the lower level by 8 to 10 feet, forming a sheltering forebay over the livestock entries.
Growing up, he spent many hours working in his father's bank barn, loading hay, straw and grain, and tending livestock.
A substantial bank barn
had been built into the side of one of the unending hills, to facilitate driving onto the second floor level.
It was perfect building material for a classic Pennsylvania-Dutch bank barn
, like the one that was built right across the road in 1854.
There's a beautiful old "century" farmhouse, a large bank barn
and several outbuildings on the property, as well as a circular test track.
In the rural community of Biglerville, just a few miles from Gettysburg, sits a bank barn
built in 1858.
Geese lead goslings past bank barns
while oxen and draft horses graze in meadows edged in snake-rail fencing.
Tenders are invited for the contractor shall provide commercial services for selective demolition of the carriageway structure between the barn and the bank barns
had one major downside, especially when their lower level was being used for manure storage.
Check out Page 62 to read about old-fashioned bank barns