About a month ago I traveled to an old Ghost Town called Flora. This town was originally started April 7, 1897 during the time they had a population of 200 residents it is also known as the most substantial town to fail in Northeast Oregon.
Below is a photo of the school that was built in 1915. Now the Flora School Education Center has been restored as a pioneer arts education center. To see more photos like below please CLICK HERE.
Due to a busy schedule I will only be posting once or twice a month. As time goes on though more blog posts will be created. Hope everyone has a Happy New Year!
For the last three weeks I have found myself exploring and photographing late 18th Century buildings which include houses and barns. Thankfully the areas I have been visiting have lots of old buildings to see. I have included two photos that I have seen. The first photo I was told by the owner that his grandparents used to live the home in the early 1890's. Now with the second photo I'm not to sure if it's a chicken coop or not, but one side had no wall and the building was small with a height of about 5ft high and width of 4ft. If you know what this building was used for please comment below.
More photos of buildings and structures like these can be seen here at this LINK.
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