in addition to Mahmood's post, it is not recommended to have VLAN's span Layer 3 (routed) networks. Your performance will suffer because of the amount of broadcast traffic going over the routed interfaces. It would be a better idea to have a fiber run between both your buildings, and connect e.g. two of your 2950 switches, one in each building, with fiber GBIC's, in order to expand the range of your VLAN's.
Can u give info about how these two buildings are connected to each-other.and as far routing in concerned u can configure sub-interfaces under u r physical inteface on u r router.Are this 2950's connected in 2651,if they how r u r vlans spread.r u using any sort of vtp.if u r 2950's are connected to 2651 then u can go for sub-interfaces per vlan.
for example if u r having 3 vlans then u can configure the the physical interface on u r router as
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