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Architectural Heritage
Marsh Mill
© Courtesy of David Hutton
Going through the mill

The windmill's unmistakable silhouette makes it one of the most distinctive features of Britain's landscape. Located on the Fylde coast, or "Windmill Land" as it has been called, Marsh Mill has been saved and restored through a mixture of fortuity and community action.

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