Salt and pepper Pots - North Yorkshire.
The (Lund’s) tower and (Wainman’s) pinnacle sit at opposite ends of the rocky outcrop called Earl Crag. Lund’s Tower is a stone-built folly situated to the south-west of the North Yorkshire village of Sutton-in-Craven. It is also known as Cowling Pinnacle, Sutton Pinnacle, the Ethel Tower, the Jubilee Tower or, in conjunction with the nearby Wainman’s Pinnacle, the pair are referred to as the Salt and Pepper Pots. Here you see Wainman’s Pinnacle first before a look at Lund’s Tower.