Publication Date: 4 Oct 2006 | Series: England's Living History
In a book packed with photographs and line illustrations, Stan Yorke describes the machinery and historic importance of local windmills and waterwheels. It also includes a list of those open to the public.
At 128 pages, I was worried it might be a bit thin on information. In fact, it is packed with lots of drawings, diagrams, and photos covering all sorts of mills and their mechanisms and purposes. The text is also quite interesting and readable. Definitely worth reading. This is the second England's Living History volume I have bought and I am pleased with both of them.