Not dairy cows.
Barn built into hillside.
Elm tree survives next to old barn.
English style, huge barn.
Barn at abandoned homestead.
Still in use, but falling apart.
Rock foundations usually at least 70 years old, maybe 100+
Another Castle Rd barn
T’d together barns.
Another Castle Rd barn it most recently housed whitefaced beef cattle.
This is how so many of the barns used to look, this one has metal siding/roofing.
Maintained barn from approx 50s
Really large barn.
Stone foundation barn being disassembled.
This section on the left was where hay wagons were brought in to unload into the loft.
I took a short drive and attempted to capture photos of the barns on Castle Road, Hwy E and one interesting one on D in Taylor County, Wis. These icons of Wisconsin are rapidly disappearing; many lost to fires and now mostly lost to lack of upkeep – too expensive.
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