Ardrossan Museum – National Trust Property
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About this site: Ardrossan and District Historical Museum is located in a large stone building, originally built around 1880 for Clarence Herbert Smith as a factory to manufacture agricultural machinery including the stump-jump plough. In 1973 it was re-roofed and repaired generally, and painted by Rural Relief workers. The Museum focuses on the stump-jump plough and other machinery.
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