Hodbarrow Windmill,Millom

Jamie  Green

Backbarrow, Nr Ulverston, United Kingdom

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Hodbarrow was a quiet stretch of beach with a disused windmill, a couple of lime kilns and a farm in 1855 and the town of Millom did not exist and the area had a population of less than 100 inhabitants. The same area by 1891 had a population of over 10,500, due in 1855 to the discovery of haematite iron ore and over the years Hodbarrow took the shape we see today. Hodbarrow Windmill stands high above Hodbarrow Point and looks the same today as it did in photographs taken of the first pit heads near by in the late 1850’s, it is often mistaken as a third lighthouse.(Source Hodbarrow,Cumbria )
Sony Alpha 350 DSLR 18-70 lens,3 RAW images autobracketed and tonemapped in Photomatix

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