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    The barn is an English/French hybrid. It was built with the English-style post-and-beam structure with a French floor plan, which put the doors to the barn on the gable end.

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    A historic barn formerly situated at 115 North Auburn Road will get a new life out west.

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    A historic barn formerly situated at 115 North Auburn Road will get a new life out west.

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    "The frame is very unique," Lake Auburn Watershed Neighborhood Association president Dan Bilodeau said. The barn was built in the early 1800s.

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    "The frame is very unique," Lake Auburn Watershed Neighborhood Association president Dan Bilodeau said. The barn was built in the early 1800s.

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    A salvage company called Heritage Restorations bought the barn for $4,000. As of last week, the frame was on a flatbed trailer to the company's storage facility in Montana.

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    All but the barn's hoist has left the state. The Lake Auburn Watershed Neighborhood Association donated the hoist to the Fryeburg Fair, where it will be on display until Oct. 9.

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