Auchindrain Township | Building McIntyre’s House
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Building McIntyre’s House

A black and white photo showing a white-painted house with a corrugated metal roof. There are trees, and hills in the background.

Building McIntyre’s House

In 1967 the house was refurbished to provide accommodation for a member of staff when the township opened as a museum in 1968.  This involved the complete reconstruction of the ground floor.  This photograph of the back of the building was taken by Young Eddie in the mid-1950s, and shows that two or three new windows were added during the 1967 refurbishment.  The remains of some original bedroom wall finishes remain in the attic space, but otherwise the interior of the building is entirely modern.

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