Help with barn location in Pomfret

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Help with barn location in Pomfret

Post: # 12024Post brandtb
Mon Sep 27, 2010 4:47 am

Can anyone help out with the Pomfret location of of the red barn in photo at link below?...I don't recall seeing this one. Any help much appreciated! ... .I5NjmGxts

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Post: # 12033Post BostonRott
Mon Sep 27, 2010 9:35 am

That's an incredible barn!! I tried looking through Google and Flickr, and didn't come up with it. Sent the photographer an email asking where the barn is, will see if she replies. :)


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Post: # 12050Post MrBumps
Mon Sep 27, 2010 5:57 pm

I'm not far from Pomfret. I am not positive, but I believe that barn is right near Hewitts Corners. All of Pomfret and North Pomfret are well worth exploring. Check out Joe Ranger Road. Old Kings Highway, and Cloudland Road.

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Barn location is on Route 4 - Woodstock-Bridgewater

Post: # 12162Post DJinVT
Thu Sep 30, 2010 7:32 pm

I drive by this every day on my way to work... not a bad commute I must say.

here is a link to the Inn that is associated with the property:

Best shots of the barn are from Deerbrook Way by the cluster of mailboxes... this is a morning shot for the barn itself... but there is a really pretty light in the cupola that turns on at dusk.. if you have a clear blue sky at the magic hour its a nice photo.

This isn't too far from the Long Trail Brewery in case you are thirsty :-)

BUT, do not speed on this road... especially in Bridgewater. There is ALWAYS a white sheriff's deputy car pulled off on the side of the road ready to pick you up.

good luck and great photos,




Post: # 12264Post brandtb
Sun Oct 03, 2010 8:49 pm

Thanks for help, I had finally found it. Usually though I drive into Woodstock from W so it has been easy to miss the farm perhaps because of trees on W side - although one might ask have to ask how can you miss a four story barn. I've spent two mornings there - today's light and early morning fog and mist was absolutely spectacular!!...the sunset on Cloudland was as well.

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