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Corrigall farm museum, Harray, Orkney
Scotland

Corrigall farm museum is an interesting glimps into how farming was done in the past. It is not a working farm but the buildings and equipment are there for visitors to browse through and the staff are knowledgeable and helpfull with any questions asked. Throughout the year there are demostrations of techniques and the uses of the antique equipment.

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