Stallion Barn 2009-2007 Photos

Stallion Barn Restoration 2009-2007 - Maasdam Barns

Sept 2009

The Stallion Barn, Sept 2009.    Let's open the door and look inside.
The Stallion Barn, Sept 2009.

One stallion was kept here, and another to the right.    The box along the wall is for hay bales.
One stallion was kept here, and another to the right.

The hay bales were stored in the loft and dropped down when needed.
The hay bales were stored in the loft and dropped down when needed.

Sturdy bars kept the two stallions separated.
Sturdy bars kept the two stallions separated.

The bars were purchased from Louden Machinery Company in Fairfield.
The bars were purchased from Louden Machinery Company in Fairfield.

A hall on the north side provided access to the small feed-bin doors, which swung out for loading.
A hall on the north side provided access to the small feed-bin doors, which swung out for loading.

A hall on the north side provided access to the small feed-bin doors, which swung out for loading.
A hall on the north side provided access to the small feed-bin doors, which swung out for loading.

A look into the second stall.    Each stall had its own outside door.
A look into the second stall.    Each stall had its own outside door.

This hangs on the north door.
This hangs on the north door.

West side of the Stallion Barn, Sept 2009.
West side of the Stallion Barn, Sept 2009.

Photos by Jeff Fitz-Randolph, Sept, 2009

Sept-Oct 2008

South-west door of Stallion barn, Oct 11, 2008.
South-west door of Stallion barn, Oct 11, 2008.

South-east door of Stallion barn, Oct 11, 2008.
South-east door of Stallion barn, Oct 11, 2008.

South-east end of Stallion barn.
South-east end of Stallion barn.

Mare barn to the right.
Mare barn to the right.

Looking to the west.
Looking to the west.

The western stall.  Hay was dropped down from the loft.
The western stall. Hay was dropped down from the loft.

The box under the bars is a feed tray.
The box under the bars is a feed tray.

The Louden bars were sturdy, as the stallions were strong.
The Louden bars were sturdy, as the stallions were strong.

Photos by Jeff Fitz-Randolph, Sept & Oct, 2008

July 2007

The Stallion Barn was restored in 2005-2006 by volunteers.
The Stallion Barn was restored in 2005-2006 by volunteers.

The construction fencing next to the Stallion Barn is because of the new freeway to the right.
The construction fencing next to the Stallion Barn is because of the new freeway to the right.

The Stallion Barn, looking east. The new bypass interchange is in the background.
The Stallion Barn, looking east.

This door was reconstructed from original siding found onsite. Restored windows and a new roof followed.
This door was reconstructed from original siding found onsite.

One stallion was housed here, another one in the stall to the right.
One stallion was housed here, another one in the stall to the right.

The heavy-duty bars were purchased from Louden.  This is the north side of the barn.
The heavy-duty bars were purchased from Louden.

Photos by Jeff Fitz-Randolph, July 2007

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