The water tower and statue of Hercules in the gardens of Goldney House.
The gardens were largely created for Thomas Goldney III (1696-1768), son
of Thomas Goldney II, and include one of the best grottos in England. The
water tower was built in 1764 and housed a Newcomen steam engine that
fed the cascade in the grotto and the fountain in the canal pond.
The lead statue of Hercules dates from 1768.