NGC 660 (mag 10.7) is a galaxy in Pisces. It is an unusual galaxy in that it has a "polar ring" around the main body of the galaxy. This image doesn't show the ring much, although you can just barely make out a couple of tails; one curving up to the left and the other down to the right. The line across the upper right is a satellite track that appeared in one of the frames.
There was some thin high cloud on the night I took this photo, so the image isn't the clearest.
Image taken 14 Dec 2018 at 17.00 GMT. A stack of 92 30-second exposures.