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Updated: October 22, 2017 @ 7:54 am
Check out the range of barn styles found in Nebraska.
Hwy 183 south of Ansley
Barn with diamonds on the doors.
Barn on Highway 14 Neligh.
Corn barn west of Highway 15.
The Starke Round Barn was built in 1902 and 1903 by the Conrad Starke family. This barn is the largest of its type in the world. It is 130 feet in diameter, and the center silo is 65 feet high. With three levels, the barn contains over 40,000 square feet of space.
A barn in a field southwest of Sioux City.
The Filley Stone Barn was built in 1874. This National Register Site is the largest limestone bank barn in Nebraska. A fortuitous event initiated the building of this three-story native limestone barn. Drought conditions and the grasshopper invasion caused many farmers to leave the land and return back east. Knowing the success of the county depended on the farmers staying, Elijah Filley hired the men to stay and help him with his barn. The barn stands today as a tribute to those early farmers.
An abandoned barn west of Arcadia.
A barn surrounded by fields northwest of Ponca.
Hay sits near a barn west of Taylor.
The Build Our Energy Barn, built by the efforts of the Bold Nebraska group, stands in the path of the proposed TransCanada Keystone XL pipeline on Friday, Nov. 6, 2015, at 705 Road 22 west of Benedict.
This barn was built as an energy-efficient home outside of Lincoln.
This barn, located at Camp Sonshine, was converted from an old barn to be used as an activity space.
The barn at Prairie Hill Learning Center is thought to have been built in the 1890s.
A field of dried corn surrounds a barn near Nebraska City July 26, 2012.
After a four-year restoration effort, this old barn stands tall in 2012 on the grounds of the Pawnee City Historical Society.
This 82-year-old barn at the farm of John and Sheila Bargman. Located north of Beatrice, the barn was moved a mile and a half away from its former location along U.S. Highway 77, where it had stood since Bargman's grandfather, Frank Spilker, built it in 1927.
A crew from Ensor Movers, Inc. trucks a barn south along 623 Avenue north of Highway 50 to its new home at the Pawnee City Historical Society Museum in 2008.
The livery barn, which once was destroyed but then rebuilt by the community, is the largest building in Steele City.
Scott Otley and Ruth Thompson restored and renovated an old barn that they turned into their home.
A barn on Princeton Road.
Princeton Road barn.
A barn in Milford.
An Elmwood barn.
A barn near Beatrice.
Pella Road barn.
A barn near Syracuse.
An old hog barn.
A barn near Ceresco.
A barn near Bennet.
Scrib's Moving and Heavy Hauling was underway after tree trimming along the route south of Bee on the trip to Ruby in 2005 for barn relocation.
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