These photos comes from an old roll of Kodak Verichrome Pan Black & White film. It was placed back into the box after it was exposed, and the expiry reads Dec 1967.
Looks like a farm after a heavy snowfall. You can see a shovel to the left, and a dog and a cat.
This old truck is buried under a tonne of snow.
More shots of the farm, with the final image of the house itself.
Even with the damage, these were a great find. If you’ve never seen 116 film before, it’s huge, 70mm, as big as Imax film. Verichrome pan was the go to film of the time for black & white and it’s possible this was shot after it expired, but not likely.