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Machinery, Dounby Show 2011, Dounby, Orkney
Scotland

The Dounby Show is always on the second Sunday in August. It is the West Mainland Agricultural Show and has everything you would expect. Animal judging, Farm Equipment sales, Equipment Demonstrations, Horse Events and all the usual sideshows.

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