Patrick, left, and Harlan Prescott on Sunday pound nails out of boards pulled from a barn they are taking apart at the former Quimby dairy farm in Augusta. Father and son started disassembling the three story hay barn built in 1920 in mid-March and plan to sell the wood recovered from the structure. “We salvage everything, including the nails,” Harlan Prescott said.  


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