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I'm looking forward to seeing the finished windmill - once complete it will be a lovely centrepiece at the park.
TWO STARS Windmill goalscorers Paedar McParland and Adam Garvey following Saturday's draw with Camlough
Pinwheels serve as not only an event symbol but also a witness of the town's windmill history, Zhouzhuang has saved more than its cobble stone streets and carvedbrick gates.
We know that the souvenir windmill wasn't expensive, but the fact is Hazel couldn't get a replacement anywhere other than Amsterdam and that was the challenge.
The Francois Windmill is also in Patent Pending status within the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
The Second World War had only just ended the last time the millstones in Berkswell Windmill ground flour.
She added: "This wondrous mill was built in 1826 - although records dating back to 1700 refer to a windmill on this site - and is probably the only mill for miles which still has all of its original machinery.
A windmill once stood on the site of the Walker Art Gallery - the narrow road giving access to a car park is called Mill Lane.
You could have a huge double room up in the windmill itself.
First published in 1979, Flint's text provides windmill students and aficionados with an historical survey of 100 remains of these beautiful structures found in Suffolk, England, site of the earliest recorded windmills in Europe.
Very carefully, the 11-ton roof of a historic windmill is winched into place, marking a major milestone in a Midland restoration project.
CLAUDE - Working 35 feet above the flat earth of the Panhandle, a young man in a baseball cap loosened the bolts attaching a windmill to a steel tower.