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Author Topic: Windmills of North-West Kent and Kentish London (and the men who built them)  (Read 3070 times)

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Just thought I'd push this one up, with the blessing of the management, as it's just had a second slightly revised edition.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Windmills-North-West-Kentish-London/dp/1840336633

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Hi all...


Been threatening to publish this one forever, but it's finally out, after far too many years of doing research.  Will eventually get round to doing a Medway volume, and other bits of Kent.

It can be acquired here, and lots of other places:  http://stenlake.co.uk/books/view_book.php?ref=773

Would love one of the learned ladies and gents of this group to review it, as so far, everyone's been quiet...

 

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