"Bjørklund gård" (3 of 5)
The storehouse is situated with its gable wall and entrance facing the farm-yard. It is of a common Norwegian type, with one room but no loft and a collared superstructure over the entrance door. The storehouse was used for storing food and textiles, and as sleeping quarters on occasion. The building was constructed during the 1880s of cog-jointed timbers, with a turf-covered roof.