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Star Barn Complex

Uploaded by: Crisred

Tuesday June 26, 2012

Middletown, PA (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Built in 1870, the Star Barn Complex consists of the three story barn and, from left to right, the chicken coop, pig barn and corn crib/carriage barn. Each was built in the Gothic Revival Style, consisting of a centered cross gable, square cupola and octagonal spire. Each gable contains a star shaped ventilator. In this photo you can see five stars. The complex has been purchased by a preservation group, Agrarian Country, and they hope to preserve the complex by restoring it and moving it to a location more accessible by all. For more information go to www.thestarbarn.com

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10. Hotzenwaelder
5:17 AM GMT on July 08, 2012
I just found this series and am impressed by the buildings. I hope they do not move them. They should make the people walk a bit to reach the site.
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9. trailhiker44
7:19 PM GMT on June 29, 2012
Great capture !
CONGRATULATIONS on your AC !!!
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8. kwoolkat
11:55 AM GMT on June 28, 2012
Great photo and thanks for the history.
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7. llpj04
11:12 PM GMT on June 27, 2012
THanks for sharing with us! ~Congrats on the AC~
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6. Crisred
9:01 PM GMT on June 27, 2012
Thanks to all for your comments and the approvers for the Blue border. These are the things that make me smile!
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5. Wanda1948
8:12 PM GMT on June 27, 2012
Beautiful shot and story! Congratulations!
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4. catilac
7:42 PM GMT on June 27, 2012
A fabulous shot of these old buildings! Congratulations!
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3. Doesiedoats
5:58 PM GMT on June 27, 2012
Wonderful image and the commentary is great
to have.

Congratulations on your AC.
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2. newenglandlight
3:49 AM GMT on June 27, 2012
What a great group of buildings, and certainly worth preserving! Very nice series!
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1. NatureGirlsBabies
3:46 AM GMT on June 27, 2012
Wow!!! Great history in these old structures. Hope they can get them moved with out too much incident. Thanks for sharing and welcome to WU.
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About Crisred

Crisred

Hi there! I have been taking pictures for over 30 years and still consider myself an amateur. Only recently have I done much with them, selling cards and calendars in the local marketplace. Wunderground is my testing ground for interesting pics that may end up in next years calendar, and a great place to be inspired by other's creativity. I never cease to be amazed at the beauty my fellow WU photographers can capture or the positive energy and spirit you all put forth. You are truly inspiring and help me to improve. I have lived in the Northeast my entire life, taking up residence in 8 of these majestic states. Traveling and photography are my passion, but not my living. Not yet anyway. A girl can dream!

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