Glencoe Woolshed – National Trust Property
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About this site: Edward and Robert Leake founded the Glencoe Station in 1844, naming it after a Scottish town famous for the massacre of 1692. The shearing shed is unique as it was never converted to mechanised shearing and it is set up as a museum of original and historic blade shearing and wool handling processes.
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