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30 Sep 2019
The brick home was being relocated from Easton to Queenstown - a distance of less than 20 miles by land, but the home's size made it too difficult to transport along roads. Named the "Galloway house," the home was shipped more than 50 miles by barge to its new location, according to local station WBOC.

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