Sunday, August 27, 2017

Greencastle, Pennsylvania, USA

Surprised? Here's a brick-end barn topped by a man riding a mule. According to local legend, it started out to be a horse, but the farmer couldn't pay his bills, so the brick mason turned it into a lesser steed. It was built around 1850 when the Cumberland Valley was still the breadbasket of the nation. Next to the barn: a tile silo. [1985]

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