Abandoned Buildings or Barns – CFFC
As the title suggests, this week, Cee gave us the following challenge,
“This week our topic is celebrating Abandoned Buildings or Barns. Just make sure your Building or Barn is clearly visible in your photo. Have fun.”
I love old painted ads on the sides of buildings. Even when faded, they tell a story.
Another building in sad shape, but I am imagining an old time hardware store.
I wish it was still a train station, but I’m glad the building remains intact.
This appears to be a tight merger of two buildings. It’s interesting. I wish the plywood wasn’t hiding what I’m guessing is a beautiful corner door.
Faith found this small building while hiking.
The train station is finally being repaired
Sad – Once proud building
This barn has seen better days. I hope someone gives it the attention it deserves.
We’ve been in this barn several times. My favorites have been the times we’ve had hot chocolate and peppermint schnapps here during Christmas by Candlelight, OSV’s holiday event.
The field next to this barn is barren and the barn looks to be packed to the gills.
One of the nearby tobacco farms is tearing down a lot of their barns. They are too expensive to maintain.
Barn near the train tracks that run parallel to the Windsor Locks Canal
This barn is loaded. The ones around our house don’t have the openings on the gable ends.
I love this barn!
What’s wrong with this picture?
This barn seems to be all that remains on this lot. I think it’s nice enough to build a house around.
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