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Ooooh love it, the abandon mangle and the brickwork
I love this. Where was it taken?
What an interesting photo. Where was this? x
That’s a really interesting and quirky photo. Is it in France?
I love the rusticness (is that a word?) and I love the old sewing machine too!
Where and what is it? Very interesting photo!
This tells you a bit more http://www.mummybarrow.com/oradour-sur-glane/
you certainly dont see that everyday! x
Really interesting picture. Makes you want to know the history.
Thanks for your comment. There is something of the history here: http://www.mummybarrow.com/oradour-sur-glane/ Every house had a sewing machine and when the town was looted the sewing machines had no scrap value and were too heavy to carry so they were left. And they are now a reminder of the people that once owned them in the town that was massacred in 1944
So beautiful and very interesting photo!
What an interesting photo…..Not something you see everyday!
I love sewing machines, especially old battered ones. Great shot.x
Very apt that you’ve chosen a photo from Oradour as a Silent Sunday, I visited and was told (by my family) not to take photos but wish I had, I think I would have taken in more if I’d been behind a camera when I visited.
What a lovely picture. That poor old sewing machine looks very forlorn though.
A poignant reminder of what happened there!
This picture is so striking when you have read the story x #SilentSunday
Great abandoned photo, is it a mangle?