Bob Sowersby's Gray Barn Antiques

Bob Sowersby's Gray Barn Antiques

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(508) 674-7443

564 Durfee Street

Fall River
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MA
02720

Bob Sowersby's Gray Barn Antiques is a business providing services in the field of Auctions. Bob Sowersby's Gray Barn Antiques is located in Fall River, MA on 564 Durfee Street.

Bob Sowersby's Gray Barn Antiques telephone number is (508) 674-7443.

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