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Green's Windmill

By Canonshots
The windmill in Sneinton, Nottingham, was once the home of the mathematician George Green. It has been restored to full working order and, weather permitting, visitors can go inside and watch it in operation. There is a visitor centre incorporating a little child-oriented science museum. The flour produced in the mill is on sale there.

Tags: Museums Windmills Architecture Nottingham Landscape and travel Sneinton George Green

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xwang 7 32 7
5 Nov 2012 10:39PM
Beautiful shot... lovely green. It was actually the green caught my eye... strangely I realised that it was the green mill I visited in summer, but the green colour on the sail was not there... since my EPZ version is B&W, I thought I got it wrong, but when I dug up the folder,... no, it wasn't.. how interestingGrin

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