Barns From Northern Virginia's Rural Past


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On the map above, number 1, in Falls Church City
On the map above, number 2, in Falls Church City
On the map above, number 3, in Cherry Hill Park, the center of Falls Church City. This timber-frame barn was built in 1856, and is now owned by the City of Falls Church. More on this barn.
On the map, above, number 4, near the western border of the City of Falls Church. A storm damaged the windmill on this property in 2001, but the owners repaired it in 2002.  













On the map above, number 5, in Dunn Loring. Barn has windmill, too.
On the map above, number 6, once a working barn, in Dunn Loring The McDonalds restaurant in Tysons Corner Center has pictures of this farm on its walls.


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