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Thursday, 3 November 2016

Moneypenny's Lock and Fence


Back in September we walked another section of the Towpath, this time near Portadown and Gilford.

This is the original Lock keeper's Cottage which has been restored again and a family lives in it again.



For Tom's Barn Collective, a row of old stone barns along the canal - love the green doors.


Linking with Tex for Good Fences below



And Tom's Barn Collective HERE

Thanks for coming by

30 comments:

  1. Excelente trabalho e belas fotografias.
    Um abraço e continuação de boa semana.
    Andarilhar

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  2. Hello, pretty scenery. I love the canal, house and the cute barns. Happy Thursday, enjoy your day and weekend ahead!

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  3. The house looks real nice and glad someone gets to live there. Love those old stone barns.

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  4. Hello Christine1:) A rural scene with a difference. The restored Lock Keeper's cottage looks picturesque in this setting. It must be lovely to walk along the Towpath. The old stone barn also have loads of character.

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  5. Really nice, I too like the green doors.

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  6. More great photos! Your title made me think of James Bond!

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  7. Fascinating photos of the countryside and fences ~ delightful! thanks,

    Wishing you a week of your choice ~ ^_^

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  8. I like the Lock keeper's cottage - what a neat house. The barns are lovely as well. It all looks very peaceful to me, beautiful countryside.

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  9. So nice...like the chickens in the front yard and all those barns!!

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  10. Wonderful house. So many of the houses you take pictures of I want to live in. : )
    Love the row of stone barns with the green doors.

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  11. WOW what a beautiful place. Love the stone barns with tractor in front. hug B

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  12. What a peaceful scene. Love the simplicity!

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  13. Wow...look at those little barns. Love it. It's good to have a fence between the house and the canal.

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  14. What a charming home with lovely fencing. Very neat barns too.

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  15. it's a beautiful home and quite secure with 2 fences. no one is getting too close there!!!

    what an interesting row of barns, in beautiful stone!!!

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  16. Love the house and the stone buildings! And the chickens in the yard! ;-)

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  17. Very pretty! The cottage is so charming and locks are very fascinating- I have only ever watched one once.

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  18. what a pretty cottage! neat place!

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  19. Lovely photos, Christine! Love the house and the row of barns is very interesting. :)

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  20. The cottage is so pretty! I don't think I have ever seen barns like that before.

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  21. Lovely shots Christine and I love to see the hens roaming free

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  22. Wonderful photos, and i love this place.

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  23. How nice to get a glimpse of the Irish countryside. The stone barns for wonderful. Thanks for sharing this week and I hope that you will return again.

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  24. Oh, my, I Love these.....would love to see them all in person...the house and the barns...

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  25. Love your English barns with their green doors. They look really small but the red tractor gives a better indication of their size.

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