Old days II

Da vi publiserte ‘Old Days’ fikk vi mange positive tilbakemeldinger, så denne gangen har vi 2-3 bilder fra et bygdemuseum i Eggedal å vise dere.

There were a number of positive responses to our last ‘Old Days’ published,  and this time we have a few pictures from a cultural museum in Eggedal for you.

Nye bilder 725Denne stallen fra ‘Eidal’ er fra rundt 1850.
This stable from ‘Eidal’ dates back to about 1850

Nye bilder 730Dette bryggerhuset antas å være fra ca 1750.
This wash house is supposedly from around 1750.

Nye bilder 734Vi fant også et gammelt sommerfjøs, – Åsandfjøset – som man trodde ble bygget i 1630, men for meg ser det ut som at i hvertfall taket er av betydelig nyere dato?

We also found an old summer cow shed, – ‘Åsandfjøset’, – which was thought to be built in 1630, but to me it looks like that at least the roofing has been renovated at a far later date?
(Compliments of SRB )

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7 Responses to Old days II

    • Seenorway says:

      They are nice, but due to the building technique used, the individual rooms are ofte somewhat smaller than what you ideally would wish for.
      Especially these buildings from the old days where they didn’t have neither the tools or the techniques of today.

  1. I’d have to spend a year visiting Norway to see all the treasures there! I’d do it in a heartbeat if I could 😉 Nice pictures as usual!

    • Seenorway says:

      Well, there are a few things to be seen 🙂 depending on your interest, of course.
      But perhaps you could visit two things a year? Be sure to jot down ‘Blaafargeverket’ in Modum!
      Here you’ll be going into the mountain itself (So many holes it looks like a swiss cheese 🙂 )

  2. inavukic says:

    Not big on windows 🙂 but, hey, what great places

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