Pennsylvania barn

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Pennsylvania barn

A bank barn found throughout Pennsylvania, employing an overshoot on the side opposite the bank; the livestock are housed in the masonry lower level, and the timber frame haymow occupies the upper levels.
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Pennsylvania Dutch barn, Pennsylvania barn

A two-story barn, built into the slope of a hill, whose upper structure overhangs the story below on the downhill side.
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