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Historic Murray Downs Shearing Shed
Australia

The historic Murray Downs Shearing Shed is a working wool shed which has been transported from the Swan Hill area to the Shear Outback centre in Hay in 2001. Daily shearing demonstrations are held in this shed to show visitors the back breaking work of shearers.

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Tags: shearing shed; architecture; corrugated iron building; farming; outback; new south wales; hay; australia
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