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Opened in c1974, this privately owned museum is set in a building that was originally used for making coaches and wagons. The museum covers many aspects of life in North Cornwall from 50 to 100-years-ago. These include farming, dairy, cider-making and wagons. There are sections on the tools of the carpenter, cooper, blacksmith, saddler, cobbler, tailor, printer, doctor, granite and slate quarrymen. On the domestic side there is a wide range of exhibits from lace bonnets to early vacuum cleaners, and a collection of Cornish and Devonshire earthenware.
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