December 2, 2013

Downtown Beaver Creek

A Fine Barn
"Homeplace, 1791"
Some of my ancestors lived in the small town of Beaver Creek, Maryland. It's not far from the West Virginia state line.

I love the sturdy old limestone buildings! They look strong enough to provide shelter from any storm.

See my Beaver Creek posts.

See Doub's Mill Historic District on the National Register

11 comments:

  1. Some great lighting on these lovely old buildings. Very pretty.

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  2. They are quite lovely homes...and very enduring.

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  3. That's quite a barn... and house!

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  4. Gorgeous old building, for sure. Limestone was a very popular material here in Bluff Country in pioneer times...

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  5. Beautiful house and barn!!
    Such peaceful pictures..

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  6. wow, 1791?!! and how cool to walk in the footsteps of your ancestors!

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  7. Beautiful sturdy-looking old buildings!

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  8. Lovely stone buildings. I do like that barn!

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  9. Wonderful barn and house! The history is so rich there, and it's so beautiful! I consider Va my second home (my hubby's from there)

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  10. They definitely look like they are built to last! Nice pictures.

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