Reclaimed Antique Timbers from the Wisconsin Woodchuck - Old Globe Grain Elevator, Superior, Wisconsin, circa 1887.
At the time of its completion in 1887, ‘Wisconsin Woodchuck 1’ was the largest grain elevator in the world. After many years of loyal service, the Wisconsin Woodchuck - Old Globe Grain Elevator is now being disassembled – board by board, timber by timber.
Reclaimed Pine, Oak, and Doug Fir Timbers
The Wisconsin Woodchuck - Old Globe Grain Elevator was constructed almost entirely out of OLD GROWTH EASTERN WHITE PINE harvested in the 1880’s near the shores of Lake Superior. OAK timbers and DOUG FIR timbers were also used. All of these POST AND BEAM TIMBERS are now available for sale in a variety of dimensions from 6” x 6” to 12” x 14” in lengths to 20’+.
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Reclaimed Hand Hewn Barn Timbers
Various species, lengths, and dimensions of reclaimed barn beams timbers. The history and photos of the particular salvaged barns are often available. Most barns are from the Midwest U.S. and were built from the 1840’s to the 1930’s.
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