Thursday Doors – The Disused Farm Building

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I have walked past this old farm building several times.  It is disused but not abandoned.  No one I ask about it can really explain why.  My guess is that the building has become redundant as a consequence of agricultural industrialisation.

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Thursday Doors is a weekly feature allowing door lovers to come together to admire and share their favourite door photos from around the world. Feel free to join in the fun by creating your own Thursday Doors post each week and then sharing your link in the comments’ on Norm’s site, anytime between Thursday morning and Saturday noon (North American Eastern Time).

15 responses to “Thursday Doors – The Disused Farm Building

  1. Ooh, that bricked up window tells a story!

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  2. What a fabulous building (and door)!

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  3. I love old barn doors!!

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  4. So much fun, Andrew. You have searched the world over for interesting doors and find one of your most beautiful in your backyard, so to speak. Love the contrast with the bricks. –Curt

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  5. Great textures!

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  6. Nice shots. There’s so much photographic potential in these abandoned old farm buildings. Your post reminds that I have a lot more buildings like this to explore close to home. Hopefully I’ll be able to do that soon.

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  7. Love the combination of bricks and wooden doors

    Regards, Teresa
    https://mywanderings.travel.blog/

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  8. Cool! Reminds me of the poem “A Disused Shed in County Wexford” by Northern Irish poet Derek Mahon. Worth reading.

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