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English Heritage Pocket Books encourage us to look beyond the obvious.
Writer and photographer Peter Ashley champions the sometimes neglected and unsung architecture and related artefacts of everyday life, looking at everything from signal boxes to pre-war road signs, from lighthouses to canal tunnels.
The series is beautifully produced with original colour photography throughout, accompanied by a witty and often idiosyncratic text.
The windmill is one of our most conspicuous landmarks. This Pocket Book finds mills still rumbling and shaking as they once again grind corn, drainage mills out on lonely East Anglian marshes that in a very watery past pumped water up from low-lying fields into rivers, and the most ubiquitous mills of all, the derelict stumps out in the fields that still remind us of their past glories as essential working machines.
Series: English Heritage Pocket Bks.
Format: Paperback with Flaps on Inside & Back Covers
Published: 5th May 2004
Publisher: English Heritage
Dimensions (cm): 15.000 x 15.000 x 0.762
Weight (kg): 0.136