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Ian Tait

Crane dominates Birsay skyline This 100ft construction crane currently dominates the slyline in Birsay. It is being used to erect t...
International tractor Billy Tait (seated)and Barry Tait on an International b275
Tank floor before concrete The tank floor at Ingsay before concrete. Steel and type 1 in place.
Tank floor The tank floor was poured last Tuesday. It took 12 hours, 160 batches and 1000 bags of cement. A few...
David Brown Cropmaster My grand-father George Tait is seen here cutting crop at The Banking near Fyvie in Aberdeenshire. My...
Tank complete and back-filled Work on our new building is progressing well. The tank is complete and is back-filled. We hope to er...
Steelwork goes up at Ingsay The steel trusses went on our new building today. The RSJ's are 14''and sit on an 18'' tank wall. Th...
Steelwork complete The steelwork is now complete and concrete should be finished this week. Roofing and internal fittin...
Inside the new shed at Ingsay Here you can see the handling race that runs down the centre of the building dividing the slatted co...
The old and the new! A "Tiny" hand thrashing mill that my father bought at a farm sale(when George Argo left Kirbister I ...
Big gun This cannon stands guard over the farmhouse at Ingsay. A visiting HSE inspector once asked "has it b...
Ready for silage 2009 Ready to start picking up silage at Ingsay, June 2009. Grass was mowed today (Friday) and will be pi...

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