Tin Faced Building

Found this beauty in Humphreys, Missouri.
tin tile bldg 1The front is covered with tin ceiling tiles – at least I’ve seen them on ceilings.
tin tiles fronttin tilestin tiles plantAnd a fine wood door.
tin tile door

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7 Responses to Tin Faced Building

  1. karenrsanderson says:

    This is so interesting! I always wonder about abandoned buildings, barns, houses. Why were they abandoned? I am also interested enough that I’d like to look around inside.

    • I like to have someone with me when I peek inside. And sometimes in the little towns I feel very visible!

      • karenrsanderson says:

        That would be smart…to have someone with you. I went by an abandoned building today, and I thought of you! I should have stopped to explore…but I was alone. I could see the side doorway, clearly missing the door.

  2. I always think about how much work went into building those old buildings and how proud someone must have been when their building was finished.

  3. dorannrule says:

    Wow! A free spirit must have thought this one up. 🙂

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