Too little for cows, too. I'm thinking sheep or pigs.
different from Europe
the only thing I can think of for tiny windows is to let light inside but for what or whom, who knows. whatever it used to be it is beautiful now in all 3 photos
...three views and I enjoy them all. This survivor still has a straight sound roof, it should be with us for a lot longer! Thanks Rose for stopping by.
Bom dia, belas imagens do celeiro que aparentemente tem uma arquitectura simples mas de grande utilidade, tudo foi pensado ao pormenor na construção do mesmo. Bom domingo e semana. AG
It really was built for storage. The upper door would be for placing hay bales. We would have elevators to send the bales up into the storage area (mow).
You really do come up with some interesting barns!
Interesting old barnHave a wonderful day!
Hello, it is a wonderful old barn. Love the weathered wood! Happy Sunday, enjoy your day and the new week ahead.
This long barn is a mystery. I think the down action of those window is very unusual. It still makes a great post though.
I love this beautiful old barn! Great photos.
I like the perspective in the last one. Oh how I love old barns. Carol
Beautiful! The wood has aged to perfection. I just like it and will enjoy it. Probably used for storage of some kind.Maybe horses--a stall at each windowMB
Lovely old barn Rose. If ever you find out what it was used for, I would be curious to know :)
You are right...it's a very unusual looking barn...and you captured it so well. Loving the HDRish effects!
What a classic beauty. I'm wondering if it wasn't for drying tobacco.
I do love that wonderful barn - it does seem to be for horses - judging by the little hinged doors. Great views.
First picture is my favourite. I like the view just from behind the branch.
sometimes you wish you could go back in time and check it out. An interesting one. :)
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