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Scenic Marion Co., KY: High on the Hill on Highview Road

2013-02-15 - Raywick area, Marion Co., KY - Photo by Kenny Browning, The Feedman.
Located in the Raywick area of Marion County, Kentucky on Highview Pike. - This barn can be seen from all directions for several miles and this is as close to it as you can get. Seems like that the driveway that goes to it is always locked. After the trees leaf out not much of it is visible. The barn has a very distinctive roof line ... have never seen one with windows that run the length of the roof . (Might need to view Large to see what I am trying to say.) If memory serves correctly, this barn was built by the Gaddie family. If some of the locals see this would appreciate the first name of the Gaddie family that built the barn. Kenny Browning, The Feedman. Seen in the ColumbiaMagazine group on Flickr.

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