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Perfection Farm, Scotland - June 2015

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Another mini installment of my recent venture up north to this lovely wee farm.

Not much infor on it, but some lovely colours and a cracking wee derp shed, everyone loves a derp shed!!

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I keep looking at that contraption in the last shot trying to figuer out what it is?

I can see there a two bit to exstend wicks and a pump to get pressure?

I have no idea lol :D

It is a Perfection Oil cabinet (where the name came of the place came from). They are old wick controlled oil cookers, found a bit about them on the net :-

MORE THAN 4,500,000 Perfection Oil Cook Stoves now in use are evidence of their world-wide popularity. Wherever the old methods of cooking with wood or coal for fuel have given way to modern methods, Perfection Oil Cook Stoves will be found giving clean, odorless and dependable service, with cooking satisfaction that is equal to that of gas. Perfection's world leadership is a matter of 37 years of continuous production of oil stoves of outstanding convenience and dependability.

"Perfection stoves ideally fulfill every cooking requirement," is the verdict of America's most famous cooks, including Mrs. Sarah Tyson Borer, Miss Rosa Michaelis, Miss Lucy G. Allen, Mrs. Belle DeGraf, Miss Margaret Allen Hall and Mrs. Kate B. Vaughn.

The famous cotton wick burner of the Perfection assures a flame that remains steady wherever set. The high, yellow-tipped flame is best for

fast cooking ; the low blue flame for slow simmering.

Correct draft is of the utmost importance in perfect combustion of kerosene. The Perfection long-chimney burner is scientifically designed to admit just the right amount of air, with ample space to hold it until combustion is complete. No flame, but a powerful column of clean, intense heat strikes the cooking utensils which never become soiled with smoke or soot.

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