Worker at work in the Lockhart tea factory using traditional methods and machinery.

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Worker at work in the Lockhart tea factory using traditional methods and machinery.
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The Lockhart Tea Museum and factory originally constructed in 1936 is situated 9 km from Munnar on the Thekkady Road. The museum was opened to the public on 22 January 2014. The museum is part of the Lockhart Estate, which is one of the earliest tea plantations in High Range (Munnar), established by Baron John Von Rosenberg and his son, Baron George Otto Von Rosenberg in 1879. The factory produces about 20 million kilograms of tea annually and is owned by Harrison Malayalam Limited, one of South India’s largest tea cultivators.
Location: Thekkady Road, Munnar, Kerala, India.