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04-05-2002 12:52:21

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I have a old barn located in ohio that I would like to sell. Does anyone know of anybody interested in buying old barns for the wood or to relocate. Its a 40'x72' barn with hayloft and has the old pegged barn beams. There are 7 long beam that are about 40' long! No splices. Please let me know if you know of anyone interested or of any companys that do this. Thank you very much!!

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04-05-2002 22:28:43

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 Re: OLD BARN in reply to CARL C, 04-05-2002 12:52:21  
if your close to any amish ck with them. some companys that build timberframe and log homes love to have the wood it's just a matter of finding the right one

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04-05-2002 16:25:40

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 Re: OLD BARN in reply to CARL C, 04-05-2002 12:52:21  

The company shown in This Old House is located near me in western Maryland. Its name is Vintage Lumber in Woodsboro, MD. Their website is www.vintagelumber.com and their phone is 301-845-2500.
Also, here are two West Virginia companies that use salvaged lumber and materials from old barns and houses and might be interested in your barn:

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04-05-2002 13:02:29

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 Re: OLD BARN in reply to CARL C, 04-05-2002 12:52:21  
I saw a guy on This old house one time.....
Ive seen his ads in the back of the magazine before.......it was one about buying old barns....

Maybe possibly a lead........

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04-05-2002 13:09:25

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 Re: Re: OLD BARN in reply to Craig, 04-05-2002 13:02:29  
Any more info would be great. Thanks.

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