Expert craftsmen from Blue Ridge Timberwrights recently completed constructing the timber frame of the Washington house interpretive replica at Ferry Farm. This collection of photographs documents the their work and begins a week into the process. You can see photos from the first week of work here. What’s next? Shingles!
Sunlight between posts.
Chiseling a peg.
Joists above and below.
Second floor rafters in place.
Visitors hear about the timber framing work.
Rafters and shed roof beams all in place.
Placing roof sheathing.
Framing and roof sheathing complete. Shingles will come next.
Learn more about constructing the Washington house interpretive replica here, here, and here.