Glasshaugh Windmill

Located at the eastern edge of Sandend in Aberdeenshire, the Glasshaugh Windmill was built in 1761. Only the ruins of the building remain, and as such are protected as a building of architectural and historical importance. Due to its unusual shape, it is locally known as the 'Cup and Saucer'.

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