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Stove model farm

In connection with picture #26017, here's Stove model farm, Sanday, from a slide of Aug 1988. If I remember rightly, the original farmworkers' cottages were more or less behind where I was standing as I took the shot.

[ I assume the scale was 1:1 - Steven :-)]
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Picture added on 18 January 2012 at 11:36
Yes Steven, it was very much a full-sized farmstead in its day. You're bound to be familiar with the word 'model' in many contexts: it's one of the buzzwords of the modern age (except, of course, when 'paradigm' is used instead). In today's parlance I could claim to 'own' Stove; when you are interested in a thing, get to know a bit about it, and have some sort of feelings towards it, you are said own that thing. Confusing or what? And then there's emoticons, but I mustn't get started . . .
Added by Ian Hourston on 18 January 2012
Dear Sir,

We are writing on behalf of the Sanday Community Association, and the Horne Photographic Archive in particular. The Horne Photographic Archive is a research tool for members of the community as well as a source for displays in the Sanday Heritage Centre.
We are writing to request your permission to reproduce your Sanday photographs from Orkney Image Library. We would give due acknowledgement to yourself as contributor/photographer, and they would not be used for any commercial purpose.

We hope that you can help us in this matter.
Added by Sheena and Andrew on 11 March 2014
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