The Shearing Shed
Witness of the glorious years that lived the livestock in Magallanes and source of work for many of the pioneers that arrived at these earth. With the sound of the bell of the warehouse at dawn, the beginning of a new working day, 6:00 am, was announced. The comparsas formed by shearers, velloneros, sweepers, pressers and so many others, began the work without raising head to shear and finish the bales of wool. At 9:00 am the bell was ringing again, it was time for a bigger breakfast; With lamb chops, porich and a rich coffee, those who accompanied the conversations between estancieros, their families and the comparsas. The room is lined inside with the type of sheds, shows the typical items like a bale weights which is now your luggage cases, shearing machines that your child hangers, small bundles like seats and desk with night tables, simulating tables Cleaning and folding of fleeces.