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 Breese said...

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

E. 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 C said...

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

Anonymous 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.

A Colorful World 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.

Brian King said...

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

Cheryl @ TFD 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!