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Windmill
Location type: Windmill
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One of England’s oldest surviving post-mills (an early form of windmill). Dating from 1627, it was restored by volunteers in the 1960s and is slightly older than the post-mill at Brill (Just south of Waddesdon) which dates from the 1680s.
It is situated in the field to your left shortly after joining the B489

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Pitstone Windmill is a Grade II* listed windmill in England which is thought to date from the early 17th century. It stands in the north-east corner of a large field near the parish boundary of Ivinghoe and Pitstone in Buckinghamshire, and belongs today to the National Trust.

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Made by Bonus Miles | Reference Wikipedia
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One of England’s oldest surviving post-mills (an early form of windmill). Dating from 1627, it was restored by volunteers in the 1960s and is slightly older than the post-mill at Brill (Just south of Waddesdon) which dates from the 1680s.

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