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Ackergill Tower (or Ackergill Castle) is located on the coast of Sinclair’s Bay, about 4 km north of Wick, Caithness, in northern Scotland. It was built in the early 16th century, and is a category A listed building. The building is a five-storey oblong tower house. The four-storey wing to the rear was added in the early 18th century.
Ackergill, Wick KW1 4RG
Set in one of the world’s most famous landscape gardens, this folly at Stowe is a stunning Landmark with a spiral staircase, roof terrace and open grounds to explore. The gothic windows provide vistas of the monuments, lakes and temples in this eighteenth-century landscape.
Gothic Temple, Stowe School, Buckingham MK18 5ED
An exceptional Victorian water tower on the edge of the Sandringham Estate. This functional building of the highest provenance makes a comfortable nest among the tree tops.
Appleton Water Tower, Appleton, West Newton, Sandringham, Norfolk, PE31 6BB, UK