Lantern slide of Lochlea Farm.
Lochlea Farm is a farm in South Ayrshire, Scotland that was the home of Robert Burns from 1777 to 1784. Burns was 18 years old when he moved to Lochlea with his family.
Burns's time at Lochlea was a productive period for his writing. He wrote many of his most famous poems, including "To a Mouse," "The Cotter's Saturday Night," and "Auld Lang Syne." Burns also wrote about his experiences at Lochlea in his letters and journals.
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