Building the old-fashioned way in East Lyme

East Lyme — Rob Anger of Robert Anger Building and Remodeling works on a post and beam addition, using traditional methods, to a barn at the East Lyme Historical Society's 1660 Thomas Lee House property.

The barn was constructed in 1995.

Editor's Note: The term for determining the vertical of the support beam in the photo caption has been corrected.


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