Mow Cop is the highest place in Staffordshire
moon over Mow Cop
Looking down on the English countryside from on top of Mow Cop
Narrow bridge in the country heading for Mow Cop
People sometimes think this is the remains of a castle
Elder Blain has his hands open wide to say it is all his for the taking! He's on top of the world. Ha, ha.
We visited Mow Cop Castle because it was in the area we happened to be doing our work today. This is actually the remains of a summer home built in 1754. It can be seen for miles because it is the highest point in all of Staffordshire. It seems to have been named after the town of Mow Cop, which is nearby.