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Discussion in 'Photos' started by Budo675, Sep 20, 2008.
thanks for the compliment ... and that's only a few kilometres away from where I live.
Here’s a more scenic picture including a mill called the Opbdammer.
Build in 1698 according to a dutch mill database https://www.molendatabase.nl/nederland/molen.php?nummer=687
This is the Kaagmolen, near Opmeer in the Netherlands.
Build in 1654 according to https://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kaagmolen?wprov=sfti1 https://maps.apple.com/?ll=52.69315...0OrlYSkAx39QPA8CtE0A5oZ30OrlYSkBB39QPA8CtE0A=
A close up of the additional pumping station next to that mill.
It was build in 1879 for when there was no wind.
It worked that way till 1959, when a diesel engine replaced the old steam engine.
This is more of a picture with a windmill. Sometimes I just love the wide open space. Such a nice change from the hustle and bustle of the city. The windmill is not a beauty queen by any means, just a skeleton of a once busy mine site in the good old west.
All within a few mile of home. Social distancing is no problem when you live in SW Kansas Sorry for the double post on photos
that's awesome that the brand & location is still visible on the tail of the windmill, especially since the company hasn't been in Chicago since the late 40s-early 50s...
This is on South Grade Rd in Alpine Ca. I’ve been meaning to take a photo of this one for a while. I’m pretty sure it was intact last time I went by.
I guess the damage must have happened when they moved it from Intact to Alpine.
I don’t regularly “like” pictures without a motorcycle in it, but I’ve made an exeption for this one; very nice.
Ha. Thanks. I was a magazine editor for many years and would often get great stories of riders from around the world that I would not publish. Because the images, even if they were great, ALWAYS had a motorcycle in them. Motorcycle next to sign, next to a tent, in front of a mountain, beside a bridge, behind a mailbox, on the side of a road....
Pella , Iowa .
Is that here in the States? Those buildings look Dutch.
Taken at Outwood in Surrey UK while out on a local ride recently