East Anglia and the Fens

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    Authors & editors

    Whiteman, Robin [Author]
    Talbot, Rob [Author]

    Publisher Cassell
    Year of publication 1996

    English (main text)

    Medium Book

    Scope & contentA photographic guide to the historic buildings and landscape of East Anglia and the Fens. It includes photographs and brief descriptions mills and windpumps such as: Houghton Mill, Huntingdonshire; Bourn Windmill; Sibsey Trader Mill; Wicken Fen (a small wooden smock drainage mill reconstructed in 1956and the last surviving working wind pump in Cambridgeshire); Windmill in Great Bircham; Cley Windmill (a brick- built tower windmill at Cley-Next- the- Sea); Turf Fen windpump on How Hill (windpump designed to keep the marshes or 'levels' drained by lifting water up into the rivers and dykes); Berney Arms Windmill; St Benet's Abbey windpump; Berney Arms High Mill (the tallest windpump in England); Horsey Windpump; Thurne Dyke Windpump; Flatford Mill; and Woodbridge Tide Mill. Chapter headings list:AcknowledgementsMapIntroductionCambridge and South West CambridgeshireEly and the FensKing's Lynn and West NorfolkNorwich and the BroadsBury St. Edmunds and Suffolk Colchester and Essex

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    Accession no. 229689

    • Shelf location: V 302.6 - TAL
    • Donor: Michael Dufau