Taken near Marthasville, Missouri this Old Dilapidated Barn was just begging to be photographed. I love old barn shots, something very calming to me about them for some reason.
Marthasville is located near the site of the early 1763 French fur trading post named La Charrette. It was founded by Dr. John Young in 1817 and named after his first wife Martha Fuqua.
The Missouri, Kansas and Eastern Railroad was completed through Marthasville in the winter of 1892 and taken over by the Missouri, Kansas and Texas Railroad (MKT) in July of 1893.
The area is also full of historical importance, both local and national. The Lewis and Clark Discovery Expedition overnighted here in 1804 on their way up the Missouri and again on the way home in...
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