Enlarged Picture of Anglesey Windmill North Wales
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click here to buy image The windmill in the village of Hermon close to the west coast of Anglesey was built in 1743 on the Bodorgan Estate. Hermon windmill, (Welsh, Melin Hermon) continued operating as a corn mill possibly until the early 20th Century.
Melin Hermon Windmill



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