Historic windmill on display in Mishawaka

By: NewsCenter 16 Staff Email
By: NewsCenter 16 Staff Email

MISHAWAKA, Ind. -- The windmill that was given to the city of Mishawaka over a decade ago is finally on display.

The John M. Perkins windmill was originally gifted to the Studebaker Museum in 1979, but was then given to the city of Mishawaka in 2003.

It’s been sitting in storage ever since.

But Tuesday it was finally put out for people to look at and enjoy.

It's sitting on top of the traffic circle at the intersection of front and spring streets in downtown Mishawaka.

The display is only temporary because of the age and wood construction, so make sure you go check it out before it's too late.


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