Here are the last of the tobacco sign barns in my collection.
There are several beauties right here in my small town,
which I must get on film some day.
You get to see both sides as we came up on this duo
from the west.
We first parked across the high way on the west side,
then we drove a bit further and I shot some pics from the east.
The colors did not come out nearly as well when photographing from the eastern end.
But you still get the essence of the setting.
Click below for more barns.
oh i've really enjoyed these advertising barns!ReplyDelete
I love these! They really are a blast from the past!!!!ReplyDelete
Oh I LOVE those old ads!ReplyDelete
i love seeing those all over the country. such fun. thank you for sharing. (:ReplyDelete
Great photos, Beth.ReplyDelete
I've never seen that done before, where they paint on different sections! Cool! Love the dark wood! NiceReplyDelete
I agree w/ your comment on my Barn Charm about the haunting atmosphere of the bare trees... kind of a mysterious feel about the 2nd shot
It snowed about 3 inches yesterday & last night, but it's just about gone, today & 41 degrees! That's Southeast Missouri for ya
Thanks for joining, Beth! =)
Very nice photos.ReplyDelete
Regards and best wishes
That advertising looks like it could have been done recently...it is in very good shape.ReplyDelete
Either these people loved this brand of tobacco or else they got paid a good bit of money for all of the advertising. It is a great barn...and the advertising adds so much charm to it. genieReplyDelete
From one Ohioan to another nice shot. I've only seen them with the Tobacco logo on them wondering if they added the best on later. :)ReplyDelete
Loving this Mail Pouch barn.ReplyDelete
These are quite charming, but I am SO taken with your header! Wow.ReplyDelete
Hi There, Just stopping by to say HI.... Hope you had a great Valentine's Day. We had a great trip--but it's nice to get home. I'm trying to catch up on some blog posts...ReplyDelete
Great barn pictures, Beth.
That is a cool barn. Great shots of it too. :-)ReplyDelete