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Saturday, March 5, 2016

From the Skinner Farm Museum & Village once again...

For the Barn Collective, I am choosing to show more from the Skinner Farm Museum once again.  First this round barn...and notice the old rusty barn in the background.
Have to include this zoomed in shot.
 Then we have this old building..
It is falling apart at the seams.
Though this is an old school, I am throwing it in as a bonus.

All three of these buildings were moved here from other places.

Linking to the Barn Collective.


14 comments:

The Furry Gnome said...

What an amazing round barn!

Nancy Chan said...

Seldom sees round barns. Are they doing repair work to the barn that is falling apart and the old school? That will involve lots of hard work to restore the barn.

eileeninmd said...

Hello Rose, I love the round barn and the school house. Happy Sunday, enjoy your new week ahead!

The Cranky said...

I have a special fondness for round barns, loved seeing this one!

Sandra said...

looks like a new roof on the school and i hope this means they moved these wonderful old pieces of history there to restore them. i love love the round barn... and also the falling down into pieces of boards shot to

don said...

These are great looking barns and buildings. The falling apart building needed the closer view to appreciate the amount of destruction it has sustained.

Lea said...

A nice collection of images. The round barn is special!

Tom said...

The Skinner Farm Museum looks like a great place to explore Rose, thanks for sharing this week.Round barns sure aren't common to see around here. Have a wonderful week and I hope to see you back again soon.

carolann said...

A round barn wow.

I am still in winter so not much to take with barns and fences.


Everyone else who puts things up as you do. Is unique.



Mine is the simple not unusual. Unless I go miles I guess.


Enjoy your weekend. Thank you for dropping in and making a comment.

JoAnn ( Scene Through My Eyes) said...

Great buildings - I love the round barn. We once saw a round barn made of field stones in Wisconsin.

genie said...

The building that really caught my eye was the old one room schoolhouse with its wonderful green roof. Maybe it is going to be restored. Why would this new roof be on it otherwise? I would love going to that farm museum. That is one of the few round barns I have ever seen. The other building around it do not look to be in very good condition. Love that you put the pirate's picture at the top of your blog. It is SOOSOSO cute.

Revrunner said...

Old school with new roof?

Small City Scenes said...

I would love to find a round barn---none out here. Dang! Thanks for throwing in the old schoolhouse. The schoolhouse on the Ranch finally fell down. So sad I think.
MB

Stephanie said...

Fabulous images!

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