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This collection of full-sized historic windmills is a beautiful site against a majestic country sky. Photo Courtesy of R.

This Grade II listed windmill, built in 1777, served as a working mill for 100 years. Later it hosted one of the chain of beacon bonfires lit to celebrate Queen Victoria's Jubilee and, during World War II, it was used by the Home Guard as a look out...

This Grade II listed windmill, built in served as a working mill for 100 years. Later it hosted one of the chain of beacon bonfires lit to celebrate Queen Victoria's Jubilee and, during World War II, it was used by the Home Guard as a look out.

Woolsthorpe Manor in Woolsthorpe-by-Colsterworth, near Grantham, Lincolnshire, England, was the birthplace of Sir Isaac Newton on 25 December 1642 (old calendar). At that time it was a yeoman's farmstead, principally rearing sheep (hence the wool reference in the name — thorpe comes from a Viking word meaning farmstead

View of Woolsthorpe Manor, Lincolnshire. Isaac Newton's house and the famous apple tree. (A birthday treat visit. We were just as excited as all the children to try the 'hands on science'.

The Great Hall at Harlaxton Manor in Lincolnshire, England. A mix of Jacobean and Elizabethan styles it has been the location of many films including The Haunting

The Great Hall at Harlaxton Manor in Lincolnshire, England, UK. A mix of Jacobean and Elizabethan styles it has been the location of many films including The Haunting.

Scotland "NOT England". I understand the sentiment for this kindred land.  Vote for independence is upcoming for 2014.

Scotland "NOT England". I understand the sentiment for this kindred land. Vote for independence is upcoming for

Gunby Hall, Lincolnshire, England is a country house reached by a half mile long private drive. The Estate comprises the 42 room Gunby Hall, listed Grade I, a fine Clocktower, listed Grade II*, and a Carriage House and Stable Block which are listed Grade II.

Gunby Hall, Lincolnshire, England is a country house reached by a half mile long private drive. The Estate comprises the 42 room Gunby Hall, listed Grade I, a fine Clocktower, listed Grade II*, and a Carriage House and Stable Block which are listed Grade II.

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