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Discussion in 'Photos' started by EbarDP48, Mar 30, 2006.
I love old barns/buildings, if only they could talk. The stories they could tell.
Ft. Gibson, Oklahoma established 1824. Barracks for enlisted men built 1845 and refurbished by the WPA during the depression.
Osage Arkansas this spring.
On Section 8 of the AZ BDR an old Hogan, a traditional eight sided Navajo home.
Cave Spring Georgia
Nicholsville, Al. This was originally used as a buggy store in the 1880s. Then used as the Post Office. We now keep a tractor and a bunch of crap in it.
It would be very interesting to take a metal detector to the area around it. I bet there's a few neat things to be found around it. Whom knows you could get real lucky.
Fort Payne Alabama
I don't know why I stopped at this one in Scotland it just looked a bit sad and lonely. DSC01115 by herman munster, on Flickr
It was moved from across the street and that land has been plowed for years.
That could have just put things a little deeper from the plow turning the soil.
Stonwewall Jackson passed away in this home.
A huge cache of treasures was found in a field in England that had been plowed for centuries.
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Just There this week beautiful area! There is also Tecumseh Alabama close by which had furnaces belonging to the Tecumseh Iron works and just across the line in Georgia Oremont and Hematite which is one of the iron rich ores. I grew up riding dirt bikes in in what was known as ore cuts and swimming in the lakes left behind from the mining almost always a bright green.
Nice to know there's another kindred soul out there!
Yep Plowing fields may end up as one guy said making anything that was there go deeper or spreed out . Worse thing is plowing can damage coins. Still worth the time to look around the area. If people spent time there , they also could have gone swimming , picnic etc nearby. I just find reading about what people find interesting .
Mt. Victory, Ohio. - Route 31 in Hardin County, OH.