Here we see some of the outbuildings on the farm Øvergård. On the right in the photo there is a barn constructed of cogging jointed timber with a stave constructed loft above. Following this structure there is a sheep barn with an annexed outside lavatory on the backside facing the south. To the right of the sheep barn there is a grain- and hayloft which is unusually long, measuring 22 metres in length and built in multiple sections. The walls are clad with hand chopped planks, which also cover the floor. The walls are filled in at the timber joints. Several of the planks are merely logs that are cut in half.

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