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House Mill
House Mill
House Mill, The Miller’s House, Three Mill Lane, London, E3 3DU

18th–19th century tidal millRead more

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Shirley Windmill
Shirley Windmill
Shirley Windmill, London, CR0 5DY

Restored mid-19th-century tower windmillRead more

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Upminster Windmill
Upminster Windmill
Upminster Windmill, The Mill Field, Saint Marys Lane, London, RM14 2QL

19th century windmill, exhibits on its historyRead more

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Wimbledon Windmill
Wimbledon Windmill Museum
Wimbledon Windmill, Windmill Road, London, SW19 5NR

19th century windmill, exhibits on its history and other windmillsRead more

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Blue Plaques in London

Henrietta Barnett And Samuel Barnett Blue Plaque - Greater London Council  Dame  Henrietta  Barnett  1851-1936  Founder of  Hampstead Garden Suburb  and  Canon  Samuel Barnett  1844-1913  Social Reformer  lived here
Lilian Lindsay Blue Plaque - Lilian Lindsay 1871-1960 the first woman dentist to qualify in Britain lived here
Robert Bevan Blue Plaque - Robert Polhill Bevan 1865-1925 Camden Town Group painter lived here 1900-1925
Laura Knight And Harold Knight Blue Plaque - Dame Laura Knight 1877-1970 and Harold Knight 1874-1961 painters lived here
Marine Society, King's Arms Tavern, London, And Jonas Hanway Blue Plaque - Site of the King's Arms Tavern where the first meeting of the Marine Society was held on 25 June 1756
John Nash Blue Plaque - This terrace Numbers 67 to 70 was the first work by  John Nash  Architect  1752-1835

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