Old Barn by Power Lines

This post is the second in a series describing Old Neglected Barns/Buildings in the Greensboro area of North Carolina. Click on the link above to see my initial post.

This particular barn is in an unused field through which run parallel sets of high voltage power lines, as seen in the left hand side of the picture.

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Here are some additional pictures of this dilapidated structure and the power lines that run past:

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Now here is an experiment where I have captured a screen image of Google Maps of the barn in the field.

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You can see the power lines running from top left to center right in the picture. Let me know if this is of interest to anyone. I think it adds some context to the photos.



 

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6 thoughts on “Old Barn by Power Lines

  1. The incongruity the beautiful old barn with the power lines! What a very good idea to show a Google image of the scene.I’ve not seen any other bloggers do this, but I’ll bet I do soon. I might even do it myself, always acknowledging you the innovator.

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