Stallion Barn - Open House 2011

Stallion Barn Open House - Maasdam Barns

Stallion Barn Open House Oct 2011

The Stallion Barn, during the Open House, Oct 7 & 8, 2011.
The Stallion Barn, during the Open House, Oct 7 & 8, 2011.

Two stalls, with thick bars and study concrete walls.  The ladder accessed the loft where hay was stored.
Two stalls, with thick bars and study concrete walls.  The ladder accessed the loft where hay was stored.

The builders probably used Louden Barn Plans.  Louden was a proponent of poured-concrete walls.
The builders probably used Louden Barn Plans. Louden was a proponent of poured-concrete walls.

The bars were made by the Louden Machinery Company.
The bars were made by the Louden Machinery Company.

The Stallion Barn was the first of the three barns to be restored.
The Stallion Barn was the first of the three barns to be restored.

The Stallion Barn was placed away from, and upwind from, the Mare Barn.
The Stallion Barn was placed away from, and upwind from, the Mare Barn.

Photos by Jeff Fitz-Randolph, Oct, 2011

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