This 19th Century folly is near Masham, in North Yorkshire. William Danby, the local landowner paid some local unemployed labourers a shilling a day to construct it.
—Stephen G. Hipperson
When I was there, I found the knowledge it was just a folly diminished the ambiance of the place. It’s the sort of place you need to discover on a cold foggy morning – now that would be something, I’m sure.
Cold foggy morning sounds just the trick, Stephen!
The realisation of an idea in a man’s mind.