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The Museum of Flight, William E. Boeing Red Barn, Seattle, WA
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This simple post and beam building was the Boeing Company's original manufacturing plant. Originally built in 1909, the Red Barn was donated to The Museum of Flight and moved to its present location in 1975. Exhibits showcase the early history of aircraft manufacturing.
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