The last tobacco grower in our area gave up in 2010. Many of the barns in which the tobacco leaves were dried can still be seen. Because they have open wooden walls they cannot be used for anything else as they stand. So while they are not really abandoned, they are empty and vacated.
Often the structures below the drying areas are still in use, for storage and the like.
Not a tobacco barn but still a barn that is no longer in use. It has started to look abandoned even though it is attached to a kind of grange.