The best information that I've been able to obtain is that this was once a pheasant farm, and that the owner has passed away.
This was the primary target for the day, and I have to give a big shout-out to my coworker Al for tipping me off about this place.
At first, while interesting, I was rapidly becoming somewhat disappointed. There a couple of semi-interesting out-buildings. The large barn appeared to hold promise, but once inside, there was very little in there. What seemed strange was that the inside was much smaller than the outside.
When we walked down the side of the barn, however, we found another door and when we went inside, it all became completely worthwhile. These pictures do not begin to do it justice.
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