You Will Fall In Love With These 11 Old Barns In West Virginia

Farming plays a big role in West Virginia’s economy. As you travel along you will discover beautiful farms and acres of crop and pastures filled with alpacas, cows, goats and sheep. Many of these farms have been family owned for generations. Often in fields standing alone and long forgotten are old barns no longer used, but leaving the land with a beautiful token from the past. These barns are often favorite subjects of photographers passing through.

Let’s look at 11 barns that will pull at your heartstrings.

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These old barns are just a few examples of the many great old barns found all across the Mountain State.