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Photos: Bob's Big Boy, A Chicken In A Top Hat And Other Awesome Antiques You'll Find At This Dusty Outpost
If you've ever had to drive on the 14 freeway between the Santa Clarita Valley and the Antelope Valley, you might have seen The Barnyard off the side of the road in Acton. Antiques dealer Dennis Neice keeps it stocked with full of fiberglass farm animals, covered wagons, western antiques and even a Bob's Big Boy statue. We've rounded up photos of some of awesome
junkantiques that we found on Flickr and PacificCoastNews.com.
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