NY4628 : Little Building at Flusco Pike

near to Newbiggin, Cumbria, Great Britain

Little Building at Flusco Pike
Little Building at Flusco Pike
I wonder what this was originally? Used for agriculture now. From a helpful suggestion:-
According to the Cumberland and Westmorland Herald 8th July 1995, the building is 'Thompsons Folly.' Constructed in the mid-1700's it was used as "a place to take tea or spend the night in." It was apparently restored in the 19th century by Mr Harrison, who owned the land.
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Friday, 18 June, 2004   (more nearby)
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OSGB36: geotagged! NY 464 285 [100m precision]
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