The latest exhibition by the volunteer team at Skidby Windmill is now showing a display entitled ‘Strange Structures: Follies, Relics and Hidden Buildings in the East Riding’, which will run until 7 September.
The exhibition takes a look at some of the less well-known man-made structures in our region and features temples, towers, family tombs, wartime gun batteries, underground bunkers and more.
Dr David Marchant, Museums Registrar at East Riding of Yorkshire Council, said: “Whether down a back street, alongside a main road or tucked away in the woods, there are many relics of the past waiting to be discovered.
“The volunteers have researched a huge variety of fascinating structures for this display, some familiar, and many much less so.”
“We have even included map references so you can go and find them for yourselves.”
The Mill is open daily from 10am-5pm (last admissions 4.15pm) and reasonable admission charges apply.
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