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Sunday, March 1, 2015

The Barn Collective




 Barns long past their usefulness - seems to be more abandoned barns than those still in use.
 With just a ghost of the name still on the barn

13 comments:

ellen b. said...

What a great barn and I'm straining my eyes to read that faded sign!

Tom said...

Looks like worolyn or woorlyn dairy. Neat. Tom The Backroads Traveller

J said...

Those buildings were certainly majestic. I suppose they are disappearing at a rapid rate since upkeep or restoration must be terribly expensive.
Your photos are beautiful!

Cheryl @ TFD said...

Is it Woodlyn Dairy? I love the old barns and I'm loving that green grass! I'm sure ready to see that. :) Great photos!

Amy at love made my home said...

It is interesting spotting ghosts of old signs that are painted on to buildings isn't it! xx

Lynda (Granny K) said...

Very atmospheric. I especially like the one with the trees. They look like apple trees. It is great that you document these barns for the future.

eileeninmd said...

Great series and a neat barn! Looks like Woodlyn Dairy to me, but my eyes are not the best. Happy March, have a great week!

newenglandgardenandthread said...

Barns in need of a family who feels a passion to bring them back to life. :-)

Rose said...

That is a beautiful old barn...I can make out the word 'dairy' but not the family name.

Kay said...

I see a "1932" or "1922" in that ghost sign. It really is a beautiful barn. I hope it's still being used even if not for a dairy.

Felicia said...

nice find. I like the shape of this barn.

Liz Needle said...

Another lovely old derelict barn. I love them. They must have wonderful stories to tell.

Amy Burzese said...

Nice one. Love the ghost sign. I can only see "dairy" though. Thanks for sharing this week!