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"People have seen windmills and hay trolleys," Jerry says, "but they've never seen them inside." Inside and out, the mills churn up long-forgotten memories.
He says: "A monument commemorating the windmills was built here in the 1980s.
Defending fossil fuels, he said: "You can blow up the windmills. You know, the windmills, boom, boom, boom [mimicking windmill sound] bing [mimes shooting large gun], that's the end of that one.
It describes many of the windmills displayed throughout the town, which was once known internationally for its windmill factories.
Windmills is a social enterprise in the heart of Motherwell with reputation for quality food and friendly customer service.
"It's the pure, clean air that makes the windmills rotate--the life-giving air that everyone can breathe," Etebari told the National Geographic magazine.
Visitors to the region regularly commented on the pleasant spectacle of seeing the blades of many windmills spinning lazily in the sun.
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.
A windmill stood on the site that is now Littleboy Park in Thornaby, when the Mandale cut was made to alter the course of the Tees, the Mandale watermill was then rendered useless and it is thought this windmill may have replaced it.
The Bogdanci windmill park, whose trial period has not yet finished, has so far generated nearly one-third of its projected annual output.
Hundreds of the windmills could be embedded in a sleeve for a cell phone.
The Society designated landmark status to a collection of 17 reconstructed windmills in Batavia, 111.