Follies Architecture garden Architecture, stables, East End Road, Finchley, London N3, England, UK, folly castle, listed building, first post-Roman concrete building in England, H C Stephens, Stephens Ink, Robineau, 1887
Monuments Architecture folly, County Down, Ulster, Northern Ireland, Mountains of Mourne, ; This Sacred Monument was placed; To thee thou darling Boy; Whose Love and Duty never ceased; To give thy Parent Joy; His care relieved thine infant wants; He watched thy ripening Age; Hope that Religion only grants; His Sorrow can assuage; ; This Monument was placed here; by a fond and affectionate Father; to the Memory; of a truly beloved Son; The Honble James Bligh Jocelyn R N ; who on the 10th day of July 1819; in the 23rd Year of his Age; departed this mortal life; in consequence of an attack of Asthma; occasioned by his Professional Exertions; in the Service; of; his King and Country;
Follies Architecture obelisk, column, a now vanished marble tablet was inscribed ‘ Erected by Capt. John Houlton as a public testimony of his gratitude and respect for James Frampton Esq. of this place.’ It was built between May 1785 and September 1786 by James Hamilton of Weymouth.
prison, jail, gaol, bars, barred, iron bars, barred window, freedom, green fields, the grass is always greener, stone walls do not a prison make, Gothic, Gothic, lancet arch, three windows, tripartite, folly, Paxton's Tower, Llanarthne, Llanarthney, Carmarthenshire, Wales, UK, 1820