Lazy J Bar C

Lazy J Bar C

Monday, April 2, 2012

Barn Charm - 79


This old, abandoned barn is behind the closed Burger King just off the interstate in Benson.




Linking up with Tricia for Barn Charm.

18 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

really like the beam shots you took. :)

Teresa said...

Poor abandoned barn. Your pictures are wonderful!

Evelyn S. said...

It's an interesting structure...and I love that it's behind the Burger King! People who live in big cities just can't relate, can they? ;-)

Mari said...

I bet it was a beauty in it's time. Great find!

Michelle said...

It still has a lot of charm.

Tanya said...

i see a lot of great old wood i'd like to have ;)

Beth said...

i love the chance to be able to see from the inside. that is so great. such great bones. (:

Kristina said...

Very nice!

Nancy Claeys said...

So neat you got to go inside and take a few photos! :)

Tricia @ Bluff Area Daily said...

Wonder if this was a cattle farm? Wonder if they supplied the beef for Burger King? heheheee just kidding!

I really love it when we get to see inside these old barns, but please please please be careful... I don't encourage anyone to take those chances... I'm always too scared! =0

Thanks for joining =)

Veronica said...

Love the beam and window shot!! Very nice!

Candy C. said...

Tricia,
I think they did actually have cattle or horses, there are some pens off to the side. Hopefully not to supply the Burger King though! ;-)
If a structure looks at ALL unsafe, I don't venture inside. Luckily, this one is still really sound, except for the missing tin on the roof! LOL!!

Susan said...

Great photographs, Candy! You sure have an eye for compostion.

Marie said...

Wonderful photos! I love old barns...haven't seen many around town though (of course!) :-)

Rose said...

Poor old barn...but still love seeing the details.

heyBJK said...

Great shot from inside, Candy! Love the old barns!

Cheryl @ The Farmer's Daughter said...

This barn could use some TLC! It really does look like it's worth saving, hope someone puts a little tin on it. These are great shots, I always love seeing the inside of barns.

homegrown countrygirl said...

Great photos, Candy!