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Apprentice Garden, Quarry Bank Mill, Cheshire, UK
England

After a long slog in the mill, unpaid child labourers, 'apprentices', had to work in the vegetable garden growing their own food. Now a part of the 'twee' National Trust 'experience' of the wonderful days of the Industrial Revolution.

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Uploaded: 02/01/2012
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