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Made of clay, straw and wood, the windmills have been milling grain for flour for an estimated 1,000 years.
Visitors to the region regularly commented on the pleasant spectacle of seeing the blades of many windmills spinning lazily in the sun.
The more he's learned about windmills - a common part of rural life when Terry was a boy, but less so today, thanks to solar panels and electric pumps - the more his enthusiasm and passion for them has grown.
Ellen Windmill and her husband Richie Windmill are both seeking damages from the force for trespassing, assault, false imprisonment and a breach of their human rights.
As the trend was to replace windmills with their steam successors, it seems likely that there had been a windmill there originally.
The Bogdanci windmill park may accept six more windmills.
The Society designated landmark status to a collection of 17 reconstructed windmills in Batavia, 111.
Windmills had similar reassuring rhythms - swishing sails, clunking wooden machinery and grinding mill stones.
Berkswell Windmill was built in 1826 but fell into disrepair after the death of the last resident miller in 1948.
In bygone days, windmills were built from wood by farmers and ranchers who wanted to stake claims on land lacking a year-round stream, spring, lake or pond.
Records from 10 years of operation of onshore windmills at Blyth in Northumberland gave a 25% load factor.
The 18th century windmill is set for the latest chapter in its varied history after being put on the market.