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Wednesday, January 18, 2017


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Melody Steenkamp

Lovely reminders of past time... barns like these we don't have here, thankfully you do and share it with others to see

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artmusedog and carol

Great shot of the Tobacco Barn for B ~ thanks,

Wishing you a Happy Week ahead ~ ^_^

Gemma Wiseman

The barn looks like a humble country cottage. Appealing design.


An interesting view of the past. I have seen what was a tobacco warehouse by the Liverpool docks which was built at the beginning of the 20th century (biggest brick warehouse in Europe), I wonder if any of it ended up in there.

William Kendall

Very unusual to my eyes. Hopefully places like this can find new uses as they are.

Roger Green

Looks like it's from the century before that!


Pat B

I love seeing old buildings and learning the history of them. Thank you for sharing.

Carol Carson

The barn is beautiful - you can almost touch its history. That said, I hope one day, there will be no tobacco fields.


Pretty picture

There is a "Letter Writing Challenge" starting from the 30th of January. It would be amazing if you could participate.
Here is the link for it, if it interests you

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