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The Halsnøy Boat

19.06.2018

Drageidkanalen, Fusa

Drageid canal

20.03.2018

The trading store at Holsund is now in the Horda Museum.

Holsund

16.06.2018

Scythes used to be made in the brick house just across the motorway through Folkedal

Nedre Folkedal

26.05.2018

For many years the Folkedal scythe had a good reputation. Immediately above the highway through Folkedal there is a long brick building, on the inner side of the river. Here production of scythes went on to the beginning of the 1950s.

Turøyvarden, Fjell

Turøyvarden

29.03.2018

Section of the lid of the chest painted around 1830, by Nils Johannesson Tveiterås

Tveit

16.06.2018

Pilot vessel at Fedje.

Fedje traffic office

19.05.2018

Lindås locks at the beginning of the 1900s.

Spjutøy

16.06.2018

At Spjutøy and Straumsosen there are three entrances from Lurefjorden to the fjord basin inside. Right up the end of the 1800s the ferry could not reach further than to Mølna at Spjutøy. At Skallestraumen there was a bark mill driven by the powerful tidal current in the sound. Here was also a store, a bakery and a hostelry place around the middle of the 1800s.

Door

Trodalen

17.06.2018

The smithy at Odland, Meland

Odland

17.06.2018

The auger smithies in Odland and Fosse were amongst those which had the largest production of augers in the period between the Wars. Martinus Fosse built a smithy in 1877, and this was in operation right up to the 1980s - one of the centres for auger production in Meland. In 1930 yet another smithy was built here. There was a smithy at Fossesjøen as early at the 18th century, and at the end of the 19th century they went over to auger smithing. There is still a market for hand-forged augers.

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