MPB 37-10-01

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County
Douglas Co, OR
Sides Painted
1
Color
Black
Structure
Barn
Unique Characteristics
None
Still Standing
No
Credits
Photo 1 by Jill Livingston. Photos 2 & 3 by unknown (submitted by Elmer Napier). Photo 4 by Marcia Fasy (Art print based on photograph). Photo 5 by Michael Kuker (Aug. 17, 2003). Photo 6 by Michael Kuker (June 4, 2005).
Other Information
The barn was built in 1885 by landowner Rudolf H. Springer and thus is known as the Springer Barn.

Coordinate are approx. The site is the only location in the vicinity of Mile marker 7 that has the features noted in the photograph and could support the barn.

Marcia Fasy reported that a month after the award winning photograph of the barn, that this art print is based on, a light snow collapsed it, and it was lost forever.

Was initially incorrectly assigned the ID of MPB 37-09-01.
Where to find it
*GONE (fallen and removed)* On the Azalea-Glen Rd. which was once US Rt. 99. I-5 replaced the US highway and runs parallel to the old road (east of it). To find the barn exit I-5 on exit 80 and head north on Azalea-Glendale Rd. The barn is near mile marker 7. One end. Black.
Latitude °
42° 46.16'
Longitude °
-123° 20.71'
Barn Map
Latitude: 42.76929607073042       Longitude:-123.34512257406618
Author: Ryan Eash
Modified by: David Tower
Modified on: 4th Feb, 2014 12:30 AM
Item ID: 604

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