Two early 9th-century stone Anglo-Saxon crosses in the market place of Sandbach, Cheshire.
Grade I listed 17th-century sandstone cross in the Cheshire village of Lymm.
Grade II listed folly built on the sea front at Lynmouth, Devon in about 1860.
Landmark folly and Grade II* listed building in King Cross, Halifax, West Yorkshire.
Folly in the form of a replica of Liverpool Castle, in Lever Park, Rivington.
Monument commissioned by the Earl Fitzwilliam as a memorial to the second Marquess of Rockingham in 1783.
Monumental tower in the form of a tapering pyramid topped with a hexagonal lantern, named for the ancient wood in which it was erected.
One of several follies and monuments erected on the Wentworth Park Estate in South Yorkshire.
Ornamental structure with no practical purpose, built to enhance a designed garden or landscape.
Grade II listed country park between Rivington in Lancashire and Horwich in Greater Manchester.