Obscure and unique windmills
As long as I can remember I’ve always had an interest in antique machinery which was powered by natural sources, especially windmills whose rusty skeletons still dotted the rural landscape of Southern York Co. Their large bold shapes hanging on delicate angle iron are so similar to Calder mobiles, waiting to be moved by a breath of wind only these mobiles were used to preform work. When i was a teenager i started salvaging these machines and my collection started. This website is about the most obscure and unique wind engines in my collection: a 12 ft diameter Aermotor power mill (circa 1900), a 16ft diameter Aermotor power mill (circa 1888), and a reconstruction of a very early horizontal wind turbine using patent drawings from the early to mid 19th century.
Events At New Park
CANCELLED – 2020 Annual Mill Days – June 13 and 14
UPDATE ON THIS EVENT: Due to COVID-19, we will be cancelling this event for this year and will provide details closer to time for next years event. Local Historic Mills Host Open House Weekend The mills of & Southern York County PA & Northern Harford County Md will be celebrating the heritage of milling […]
2020 Annual Mill Days
June 13 and 14
Local Historic Mills Host Open House Weekend