UK oldest refrigerator still working after 75 years

World's oldest Refrigerator

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The refrigerator bought by the Kinghorn family in 1936 is still in good shape and is making food cold. The refrigerator is considered to be the one of the oldest household appliances in the UK, still working.

The fridge is 1935 model (The Frigidaire) and who knows that after seven decades it will run to contest of being the oldest household working item of the country.

Currently the fridge owner is Mrs Rosemary Kinghorn, hails from Marchmont, Edinburgh, who inherited this fridge from her mother-in-law, who was the original owner of this appliance.

Amazingly, the fridge has never been repaired except for minor parts change from decades.

With that said:

[box type=”info” style=”rounded” border=”full”]The oldest working fridge in the UK is considered to be owned by Mr. Ian Pasley-Tyler and his wife susie, from Gilsborough, North Hamptoshire and the appliance is considered to be 92 years old and still working. Model is (Frigidaire, by General Motors.[/box]


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