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Discussion in 'Photos' started by EbarDP48, Mar 30, 2006.
There are a lot of windows in that. Tobacco barn maybe?
I do believe that's what it was!
We have a good number of old tobacco barns in the CT River valley, all of which have sides with vertical slats that splay out so that air can circulate to dry the tobacco (e.g., CT Shade cigar wrapper for premium cigars).
I've never seen one with windows.
Pressman's Home in Hawkins County,TN.
An abandoned farm complex in northern France last week. DSC01974 by herman munster, on FlickrDSC01975 by herman munster, on FlickrDSC01976 by herman munster, on Flickr
Somewhere in the Adirondacks
The old bridge, and the new one which is looking pretty old itself. Wales
N of Nevada City, CA.
Old store/shop in Proctor, Oklahoma.
Does this count? These are still around central Indiana.they keep them in service for the Amish to use.
Does it have a rotary dial?
Sorry no, it's a push button.