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  • Hilary Mar 28, 2014

    Hi Mike .. I have no idea – my thought, which I’m sure is completely wrong, was Little Women .. so I await to be enlightened .. Cheers Hilary
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    • Mike Mar 28, 2014

      That’s right… it’s not Little Women.

  • Alan G Mar 28, 2014

    I see a ‘water’ wheel so…. that obviously leads me to believe it’s not a ‘wind’ mill! 🙂
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    • Mike Mar 28, 2014

      Good clue — thanks, Alan.

  • Rummuser Mar 28, 2014

    Why does the film The Eagle Has Landed come to mind?
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  • Grannymar Mar 28, 2014

    I was whistling down the wind in the wrong direction, so I still do not know the location.
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    • Mike Mar 28, 2014

      I’m not asking for the location, just the movie, if you know what it is or have a good guess.

  • Cheerful Monk Mar 28, 2014

    I have no idea!
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    • Mike Mar 28, 2014

      I’m sure that you’ve heard of the movie, but probably not the place. Very famous movie, but most, except for those in the know, wouldn’t connect the movie with the place. It only appeared for a few seconds — eight, I believe.
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  • Grannymar Mar 29, 2014

    I’m back again, but I’m ‘gone’ I don’t give a damn.
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  • Cheerful Monk Mar 29, 2014

    How about some clues?
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    • Mike Mar 30, 2014

      Ó hEadhra and butuiller

    • Mike Mar 31, 2014

      O’hara is derived from the Irish Ó hEadhra and

      Butler is an Anglicisation of the French surname Boutilier/Butuiller

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