It was huge.
The mill stopped operating in 1947 and is now a museum. In 1997 the mill was dismantled for restoration, and reopened in 1999. It has all original working parts and the sails can turn again after more than a half a century. It is one of only two working sugar windmills in the world today. (The other is in Antigua) During the 'crop' season, February thru July, it operates one Sunday in each month, grinding cane and making cane juice.I thought it was pretty neat, but then again I like windmills.
Thanks for the visit,