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This month I am sharing windows from the circa 1895 renovated Lewis John Knitting Mill in Winchester Virginia. These are pictures I took a few years ago when some friends and I toured the structure that was beautifully made into an office building for Oak Crest Builders. The architectural firm, Frazier and Associates did well preserving the feel of the building’s history throughout with an interior design that leaves walls and beams exposed; not to mention the great windows.