Enfield Shaker Museum renovations underway

Greg Morgan, left, from Geddes Building Mover, of Bow, guides a beam as the company's owner Jim Paveglio lifts it out from under the Brethren’s West Shop, at the Enfield Shaker Museum in Enfield, N.H., on Tuesday, May 14, 2024. The 55-ton building, built in 1820 as a workshop to make small farm implements, was lowered earlier in the day onto a new foundation as part of an extensive restoration. The goal, said Tim Baker, of Great Northern Barns, who is working on the project, is to restore it to how it was built by the Shakers, and now the shop will get a new roog, siding, and chimneys. (Valley News - James M. Patterson) Copyright Valley News. May not be reprinted or used online without permission. Send requests to permission@vnews.com.

Greg Morgan, left, from Geddes Building Mover, of Bow, guides a beam as the company's owner Jim Paveglio lifts it out from under the Brethren’s West Shop, at the Enfield Shaker Museum in Enfield, N.H., on Tuesday, May 14, 2024. The 55-ton building, built in 1820 as a workshop to make small farm implements, was lowered earlier in the day onto a new foundation as part of an extensive restoration. The goal, said Tim Baker, of Great Northern Barns, who is working on the project, is to restore it to how it was built by the Shakers, and now the shop will get a new roog, siding, and chimneys. (Valley News - James M. Patterson) Copyright Valley News. May not be reprinted or used online without permission. Send requests to permission@vnews.com. Valley News — James M. Patterson

Published: 05-14-2024 6:00 PM

Modified: 05-15-2024 11:26 AM


Greg Morgan, left, from Geddes Building Mover, of Bow, N.H., guides a beam as the company's owner Jim Paveglio lifts it out from under the Brethren’s West Shop at the Enfield Shaker Museum on Tuesday morning. The 55-ton building, built in 1820 as a workshop to make small farm implements, was lowered earlier in the day onto a new foundation as part of an extensive restoration. The goal, said Tim Baker, of Great Northern Barns, who is working on the project, is to restore it to how it was built by the Shakers. The shop will get a new roog, siding, and chimneys.

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