|City/Town: • Oklahoma City
|Location Class: • Commercial
|Built: • 1898 | Abandoned: • 1944
|Historic Designation: • National Register of Historic Places
|Status: • Demolished
|Photojournalist: • Sara Yarbrough
At the time of its operation, the Bourne
Dairy land covered most of the land in the area, including the Cowboy Museum and the Oklahoma City Zoo. Family Dollar practically share’s it’s back wall with it. It’s one of those places you could drive by every single day and never see it. Unfortunately as you can see, it’s in very poor condition. In one of the pics you can see where the milking pit has been filled in with concrete and debris. The place is a minefield with various debris all over the place, and is also on the National Register of historic places.
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