Victorian Barn Relocation and Restoration

Over a decade has passed, but we are still amazed at the many technical aspects of this project. It entailed moving a large Victorian barn to a new location. More than just moving was saving as much original fabric as possible. The siding had to remain intact and in place due to the unique interior patina. The exterior of the barn was tongue and groove horizontal wood siding. The barn walls were pulled apart in sections like puzzle pieces to allow the siding to stay in place. The many unique aspects of this project were presented at the National Timber Framing Guild Convention by Jon Edgington.