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Stenvad Peat Digging Museum - Randers - Denmark - European Tourist Guide - euro-t-guide.com
The Stenvad Peat Digging Museum portrays the history of peat. This unique museum follow the timeline from the time where peat was used as a fuel, over the industrialization of the peat digging - and until today. Today - in Denmark -peat is mainly used for potted plants and to improve ordinary garden soil.
   
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A small tipper - used at the peat diggers narrow-gauge railway - displayed outside the Stenvad Peat Digging Museum.

A small tipper - used at the peat diggers narrow-gauge railway - displayed outside the Stenvad Peat Digging Museum.
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One the home-made machines - used at the peat diggers narrow-gauge railway - displayed at the Stenvad Peat Digging Museum.

One the home-made machines - used at the peat diggers narrow-gauge railway - displayed at the Stenvad Peat Digging Museum.
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A small tipper - used at the peat diggers narrow-gauge railway - displayed at the Stenvad Peat Digging Museum.

A small tipper - used at the peat diggers narrow-gauge railway - displayed at the Stenvad Peat Digging Museum.
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Some of the vintage peat digging tools displayed at the Stenvad Peat Digging Museum.

Some of the vintage peat digging tools displayed at the Stenvad Peat Digging Museum.
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One of the vintage horse-drawn fire fighting wagons displayed at the Stenvad Peat Digging Museum.

One of the vintage horse-drawn fire fighting wagons displayed at the Stenvad Peat Digging Museum.
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A full-size model of a vintage peat digging field displayed at the Stenvad Peat Digging Museum.

A full-size model of a vintage peat digging field displayed at the Stenvad Peat Digging Museum.
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