Looks freshly painted, too.
You would love my house too. Up on the chimney is a date stone ----- Cedar Hill School Built 1852 Rebuilt 1884 Sometime before 1884 there was a fire. You can find remnants of the fire up in the attic. The original slate roof is still there in places. Apparently the fire started in the attic by the fireplace that was up there. There are still some scorch marks on the floor in the second bedroom and in what is now a linen closet and one small one in the living room (which was the main classroom. We think the attic was used as living quarters for the teacher and the second bedroom was probably another classroom.
A white barn! I love it! I would like to know more about R. Leak and his sons.
I hope they made their centenary and are still going strong, though they're probably on to R Leak's great-grandsons and -daughters by now.
Looks newly painted.
Looks like that barn has been well maintained.
Lovin' it too. Oh the history.
Em perfeitas condições este celeiro.Um abraço e boa semana.AndarilharDedais de Francisco e Idalisa O prazer dos livros
Hari OMNice.I shall have to start mining my archives as getting any new images just now is being severely curtailed! Be safe. Be well. Behave. YAM xx
Hello,It is nice barn and sign, great that it has the date! Take care! Have a happy day!
wow...so old and still going strong !Great image :)I love to see old mansions with dates !!\Devi :)))
It is a great way to name this barn. Nice close up.
I guess they had no daughters? have you ever seen R. Leak and Daughthers on signs?
This barn is visually attractive with its graphic lines! Great capture!
A visually attractive barn with its eye-catching graphic lines here! Great capture!
What a classic beauty this barn is.
Yes, that is nice and a nice looking barn too.
wonderful use of white
A cool shot of this old farm.
That's very cool.
There is quite a history here. A great image!
Es muy antigua y preciosa.Desde casa te mando este abrazo 🙅
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