On my first trip to Manassas, my sister took me by to see this barn, It was late in the afternoon and the light was going fast. My attempts to photograph it were a dismal failure. I was determined to get some good photos on this last trip. It is such an interesting landmark in the area.
On the site of what was once a Prince William dairy farm, Sunnybrook, golfers can now practice their swings at the Sunnybrook Golf Putting Range, alongside a towering stone barn constructed with stones from a fence built during the Civil War era. The range is to the left of the barn in this photo.
Today the barn is registered as a national historic site. According to the Smithsonian Institution, the combination of a stone barn and a stone domed silo is the only one in the United States. It is a shame the roof is gone...
There are a lot more barns to see over at Tricia's Barn Charm. Be sure to visit!