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Slide Show: Barns of New England

by in Sep 2012
Slide Show: Barns of New England
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What is it about the barns that dot New England’s countryside that captures our imagination? Is it their age, history or aesthetic beauty? Decide for yourself as you take this photo tour of barns around our region that were submitted by our readers.

Farm in Kent, Connecticut
Photo/Art by Bill Wakeley
Farm in Kent, Connecticut
Tyringham Cobble Barn The Red Barn at Tyringham Cobble in Tyringham, Massachusetts.
Barn On Winding Dirt Road In Peacham, Vermont
Photo/Art by Allen Karsh
Barn On Winding Dirt Road In Peacham, Vermont
Foggy sunrise at Jenne's Farm in Reading Vermont
Photo/Art by Kevin Armstrong
Foggy sunrise at Jenne’s Farm in Reading Vermont
Red barn in the Monadnock Region of New Hampshire
Photo/Art by Lori Pedrick
Red barn in the Monadnock Region of New Hampshire
Barn With Cupola in Barnet, Vermont
Photo/Art by William Schleeter
Barn With Cupola in Barnet, Vermont
Barn in Kent, Connecticut
Photo/Art by Jacek Dolata
Barn in Kent, Connecticut
Red Barn At Appleton Farm in Ipswich, Massachusetts
Photo/Art by David Stone
Red Barn At Appleton Farm in Ipswich, Massachusetts
Barn In Field, Morrisville, VT
Photo/Art by Tasha Wallis
Barn In Field, Morrisville, Vermont
Barn in Lifting Fog in Pepperall, Massachusetts
Photo/Art by Susan Cline
Barn in Lifting Fog in Pepperell, Massachusetts
Jenne Farm in Reading, Vermont
Photo/Art by Steve Hirsch
Jenne Farm in Reading, Vermont
Red Hay Barn In Gilbertville, Massachusetts
Photo/Art by Mike Fillyaw
Red Hay Barn In Gilbertville, Massachusetts
Ye Olde Barn In Hollis, New Hampshire
Photo/Art by Phil Pyle
Ye Olde Barn In Hollis, New Hampshire
Updated Monday, January 11th, 2016
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10 Responses to Slide Show: Barns of New England

  1. Stacey March 8, 2015 at 12:48 am #

    Really nice pictures!!!

  2. Amber Corrales October 21, 2015 at 12:47 pm #

    Homesick

  3. Robyn (Faucher) Chasse October 21, 2015 at 5:28 pm #

    I’m from the Berkshires and REALLY miss New England in the Autumn most!
    Northern Ireland is wonderful, but truly
    There’s no place like HOME!!!
    (and my red shoes won’t work…)

  4. Heather October 22, 2015 at 8:46 pm #

    I grew up in Ct. But live in Northern New Hampshire up in the mountains I love new England I could never leave

  5. CJSprague October 29, 2015 at 9:35 am #

    These photos have made my morning. Thank you.

  6. RDewar October 29, 2015 at 12:45 pm #

    I love these pictures, I grew up in rural areas in Canada and always loved the autumn scenery, now I live in a land of ice and snow where no trees grow. I could stare at these pictures for a long time, just soaking them in!

  7. Gloria January 7, 2016 at 10:14 am #

    Why is Maine ALWAYS left out of things like this? Do you think there are no barns in Maine? I can picture several starting right in Eliot and moving up thru the state.

    • Aimee Seavey January 7, 2016 at 11:22 am #

      Hi Gloria. All of these barn photos are reader submissions — if you’ve got some beautiful Maine barn photos, please send them our way! We’d love to include them! Here’s where you can upload photos to our site: http://www.yankeemagazine.com/submit-your-photo

  8. Barbara Best January 7, 2016 at 10:41 am #

    I’ve lived in the beautiful Hudson Valley my entire life but it is my trips to New England that have sustained me physically and spiritually. My ancestors came over on the Mayflower, my soul finds respite in ME, my eyes feast on the beauty of VT and NH and CT is a neighbor that I can rely on for a quick visit. I feel most blessed to call New England home and Yankee Magazine keeps me connected when the physical being is not possible c

  9. Patty Sanders January 7, 2016 at 12:41 pm #

    I was born in Pittsfield, Berkshire County. Lived in Massachusetts most of my life;Salem Village (Danvers), Acton and Lynnfield. My entire family except for my baby sister were Massachusetts born. I currently live in the Chicago suburb of Glen Ellyn. I would love to move back home to New England. Alas my siblings are here and all I have left.There is nothing like the air, feel the beauty in its entirety of New England. My beloved Mother always felt sad when she was taken away from New England. My beloved Dad’s work kept us moving back and forth between Massachusetts and Illinois. My heart, my soul, my spirit will always be in New England. It will always be my home

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