Looking closely the old farm house to the left of the barn has its own red tin roof. I've said many times that I grew up seeing these barns all over the rural West Virginia landscape. Again I don't advocate smoking for anyone. The barns to me are art. The Highway Beautification Act of 1965, which sought to restrict the vast number of local advertisements that were being placed near highways, exempted Mail Pouch barns since they had been deemed historic landmarks. This particular one did double duty advertising Mail Pouch and Kentucky Club. A view of the other side. I took this one facing the sun and it really washed out the red of the roof. The barn sits near Point Pleasant, West Virginia.