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Replica of World's Tallest Windmill

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Originally constructed of wood in 'El Canyon de Casa Amarillas' on XIT ranch in 1867 to a height of 132 feet, the famous windmill blew down on Thanksgiving day, 1926. This replica is 114 feet to axis of the twelve-foot windmill.

Location: U.S. 84 & XIT Ave, Littlefield Texas

Other History nearby:
(Idabel) Barnes-Stevenson House
(Swink) Choctaw Chief's House
(Tuskahoma) Choctaw Nation Museum
(Broken Bow) Forest Heritage Center
(Fort Towson) Fort Towson Military Park
(Broken Bow) Gardner Mansion & Museum

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