Subcollection REXW-ELB - E Lancaster Burne material

File of newspaper cuttings Newspaper cuttings Newspaper cuttings "Harnessing the Wind" Burne windmill for powering electric light, Blackheath, nr Guildford Burne windmill for powering electric light, Blackheath, nr Guildford Burne windmill, Thatcham, Berks Burne windmill, Thatcham, Berks Burne windmill for powering electric light, Dymock, Gloucs Burne windmill for powering electric light, Dymock, Gloucs Burne windmill for powering electric light, Dymock, Gloucs Burne windmill for powering electric light, Dymock, Gloucs E Lancaster Burne's small homemade corn mill at his home in Guildford, Surrey E Lancaster Burne's small homemade corn mill at his home in Guildford, Surrey E Lancaster Burne's small homemade corn mill at his home in Guildford, Surrey E Lancaster Burne's small homemade corn mill at his home in Guildford, Surrey Burne windmill, Thatcham, Berks Burne windmill, Thatcham, Berks Burne windmill, Thatcham, Berks E Lancaster Burne's homemade mill for powering an electric light, Blackheath
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REXW-ELB

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E Lancaster Burne material

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  • 1910s-1940s (Creation)

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1 box and 1 album

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Edward Lancaster Burne (1869-1946) was an engineer and early member of the Newcomen Society. He designed a system to use windmills to generate electricity. For more information on E Lancaster Burne, see the featured people section of our website.

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