Canon 7D with Canon 70-200mm L lens.
One of the most photographed structures in the north west coastline! I wanted something different , and as it has lost one of its sails, I thought this was a good view! I made a last minute decision to go here today; so last minute I nearly missed the train!
Lytham’s best known landmark, the Windmill, contains a seasonal museum with a series of exhibits focussed on the “History of Mills and Milling” and the “Heritage of Lytham St Annes and the Fylde Area”.
The Museum, which annually attracts an average of 20,000 visitors from all parts of the world, was established in 1989 by Lytham Heritage Group. It is run voluntarily by The Group’s members and houses exhibitions and displays spread over 4 floors, including explanations of the milling processes and a history of the Grade II listed building. The basement shows a tableau of life in Victorian Lytham.
Fylde Borough Council also have a Tourist Information Point within the Windmill during the season. www.visitlythamstannes.co.uk.