Windmills were the Workhorses of Water in the Western United States.
Beginning in the middle 1800’s windmills were used to pump ground water for livestock, humans and to fill the tenders of steam locomotives.
Today windmills serve their original purpose across the world and are also used as decor, yard art and on a greater scale to move wind energy along to power plants.
These are power generating Wind machines near Whitewater in Southern California.
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