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Discussion in 'Photos' started by EbarDP48, Mar 30, 2006.
Old farm house in Oregon with wind turbine behind it.
Excellent stuff as usual folks, what a cool thread.
This is a pretty modest one and I don't know the history, but a buddy and I ran across this in the Crooked River Nat'l Grasslands last weekend. An old pump house with a sucker rod pump...
Mindful of rattlesnakes...
"Cave canem" in Latin means beware of the dog.
And even now Pompeii has the same problem:
Quite old, and they had no motorcycles back then;
We did though:
Catedral de Santa Prisca - Taxco, Guerrero Built 1751-1758
Plaza Centro - Taxco, Guerrero
Calle de Taxco - more VW bugs than I've seen anywhere.
Cantina de Don Pascual - Panico, Jalisco
Abandoned amusement park we found just outside Beijing.
Hats off to the other people's pics posted - you all have some great shots.
Below, an old empty farm house, Northern, Minnesota. Shot with my old Nikon D50 several years back.
Old house in the village of Cetturu, near Houffalize, close to the border with Luxemburg in Belgium.
On the second picture, you can see that the house is still inhabited, with new window frames.
Old Meltzer Homestead ( Shelby Co. Indiana: ( 39°30'21.01" N 85°40'04.95" W )
Owned by the same family for over ( 150 ) years...
Near Mosca Colorado
We just bought this , built in 1780 !!!!! not lived in for 50 ish years .............................it'll keep me busy for a day or two sorry no bike as yet but i'm sure i'll squeeze it in the barn
Wow, very cool. Please, please keep us updated with the renovations as proceed.
I wish you the very best in this effort, and look forward to see the fruits of you labor!
^ lot's of potential there. congratulations, and thanks for saving a piece of history. ^
Too Cool, PiF! Keep us posted... a real labor of lave for a stone mason brick layer.
Superb, one of my old dreams
Une vieille ferme, quelques années de boulot, mais une maison avec une histoire et du caractère !
Cheers for all the responses guys and i will keep a photo diary , we moved to France 8 years ago and i built a new house for us , but i always wants something with that certain "Je ne sais quoi "
THIS IS MY DREAM and i'm living it .......................boy i'm lucky
wow , even after 50 years of being not lived in it still looks like a solid home. For fun take a metal dector to the place and see what turn up. IF you can find the orginal 1780 crapper it might be wroth diggin up because stuff that got drop down never got retrivied. After all the years all that shit has turned into dirt so it's not as crappy as it sounds.
I'll certainly go through the place with a fine tooth comb , already had a snoop round and found an old mobilet in the roof and 5 old ploughs , wooden cart wheels and wine barrels !!!!
As for crappers !!!!! "Where there's muck there's money" and it's got it's own well that'll need investigating
Only another 3 weeks before we get the official key
Here's a couple more pics of the inside
I'm loving the Oak Truss barn. Perhaps bike storage/man cave downstairs and mezzanine living area, lots of glass and light???