Historical photographic guide to staying safe during Covid-19


01 May 2020
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Stay at home, exercise once a day, maintain social distancing... historic photograph inspiration during the lockdown.

The Morton Photo Project has compiled a gallery from the National Trust for Scotland’s historical photographic collections to illustrate the current government guidelines regarding Covid-19.

Stay at Home 

(Image: NTS Canna House, Isle of Canna)

...Unless you’re shopping for food or other essential items 

(Image: NTS Canna House, Isle of Canna)

Or going out to excercise once a day 

(Image: NTS Canna House, Isle of Canna)

Or going out for medical purposes 

(Image: NTS Brodick Castle, Isle of Arran)

If you are unable to work from home, you are allowed to go to work as a key worker 

(Image: NTS Angus Folk Museum)

When outside, you must maintain social distancing measures (two metres apart), like this… 

(Image: NTS Brodie Castle)

but definitely not like this… 

(Image: NTS Brodie Castle)

And wash your hands for at least twenty seconds when you enter a new place or arrive home 

(NTS: Broughton House) 

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