Thursday Doors: Bussiere-Poitevine (3)

A third instalment of doors from the nearby village of Bussière-Poitevine

As I’ve noted on numerous occasions in these posts, the streets of many villages and small towns of rural France are littered with old, long-closed shop premises which often display a ‘frozen-in-time’ snapshot of design from fifty or sixty years ago. Bussière is no exception. This one seems once to have been a mercerie:

Equally past its sell-by date is the sign on this garage door alleging that it is in constant use. It’s fair to say that it isn’t:

More doors that no longer seem to perform any function:

Although there just might still be a spark of life in these:

Thursday Doors 26 September 2019

2 Comments on “Thursday Doors: Bussiere-Poitevine (3)

  1. Nice shots. I often wonder what it would take to reverse some of the migration to urban areas that turns places like this into semi-forgotten towns.

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