Monday, July 20, 2009

Wisconsin Structures

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Photo 1 and 2 are an old school house converted into a town hall in Northern Wisconsin. Painted white clapboard are my favorite, so simple and so always in style. Photo 3 and 4 are the Soo line depot in White Lake. It has been transported board by board, track by track just a few blocks away from it's original place. Now it is a museum. It wasn't open during my visit, I peeked in the windows and it is set up with all the old typewriters, chairs, and office equipment that once was used daily many years ago. Photos 5, 6 and 7 are an old barn that has been standing for many many years. Winter shots of a grey barn standing in the snow are beautiful stark images. I love old barns. The 8th photo is an old church transformed into a restaurant! This was taken in northern Wisconsin as well. The last photo is an old church that someone refurbished and is now living in!


  1. Anonymous20.7.09

    Oh the stories within those walls!!Love the scenery, just beautiful. The architecture is so simple,straight and strong~~
    Thanks so much for sharing with us, Linda. I am going to add your buttons to my sidebars..
    Have a marvelous Monday afternoon, sweet friend!

    ~Let Freedom Ring~

  2. I can only second Lynn's comments ... lovely & TY for sharing. TTFN ~Marydon

  3. I just love your pictures of those old churches, barns and buildings! They are soooo beautiful!!! I'm glad that someone has refurbished the church and is living in it!



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