Centennial Farm

Latch, Abandoned BarnTake a quick tour, inside and out . . .

Looking Up, Abandoned BarnThe floor is no longer safe to walk on the upper level

The Old Barn, InteriorA shaft of light

Bare BulbBare bulbs

Curry CombCurry comb, tossed aside, no longer needed

Beams and ShiplapBeams and Shiplap

interior

cow-houseCorn Country

Corn-CountryNo longer in use

no-longer-in-useSider door with original hardware ~ perfect door for my studio (I wish)

Slider DoorAnd an original latch which I could make use of, too

latch-for-the-slider-door

A farm is a great place to grow up.

Thanks for taking the time to view these images from the abandoned barn in Hubbardston, Michigan.  The barn where I grew up is no longer standing, so I really enjoyed prowling around here on my own.

Can’t you smell the hay?

~K

 


  • July 8, 2016 - 5:27 pm

    Karen Burns - What is it that draws me in to the worn, weathered, and forgotten? I’m so glad I explored a bit on my own ~ very nice to have these images because someday this will no longer be standing.ReplyCancel

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