Earliest Section of the Lawrence Barn

The earliest structural section of the building is a late 18th century English style barn. Built using a medieval technique for timber framing called the "scribe rule," its' construction required a high level of craft skill and knowledge. This frame, from the quality of its' hewn surfaces to the fit of its joints, is exceptionally well done. 

Some features of particular significance in this structure are: 

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