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Ilkley Moor is part of the moorland which stretches between Ilkley and Keighley in West Yorkshire. This moor, which rises 402 m (1319 ft) above sea level. UK

Close your eyes and dream of England

Ilkley Moor is part of the moorland which stretches between Ilkley and Keighley in West Yorkshire. This moor, which rises 402 m (1319 ft) above sea level, is distinguished for the inspiration of the...

Bronte Parsonage, Haworth, West Yorkshire, Charlotte Bronte's home

Bradford and West Yorkshire - History - IN PICS: Charlotte Bronte Country!

Take a tour in pictures around West Yorkshire through the literary eyes of Charlotte Bronte!

Haworth Main Street. Haworth is a village in the City of Bradford metropolitan borough of West Yorkshire, England. It is located in the Pennines, 3 miles southwest of Keighley and 10 miles west of Bradford. The surrounding areas include Oakworth and Oxenhope. Wikipedia

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Haworth Holiday Cottage Yorkshire, Self Catering Accommodation in the heart of Haworth Main Street Yorkshire, Known as Bronte Country - Availability

Sheep being herded to market under the Tyne Bridge

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Description : Looking up at the bridge from riverside where a flock of sheep is being herdedBridges Collection : NOF Printed Copy : If you would like a printed copy of this image please contact Newcastle Libraries www.newcastle.gov.uk/tlt quoting Accession Number : 042549

Frank Sutcliffe-Photographs of Whitby

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* “Fetching in the Lines” The fishergirl holding the ?long line’ is Lizzie Alice Hawksfield. The girls and fishermens" wives collected the mussels which were used as bait, often walking up to six miles each way to do so. The payment for ?Mucking’ (cleaning the line and hooks of old bait and other debris), ?Skaning’ (removing the mussels from their shells) and baiting a ?long line’ was 9p. These operations could take upwards of two hours. No extra payment was received for gathering the…

Yorkshire, Skipton Woods.

Habitual Experimentation

Just found out that this shot has been included in the “landscape photographer of the year” book and exhibition at the national theatre in London. It’s a competition I entered way back in August to put it lightly I’m thrilled to bits, and it’s wonderful that some good friends have also been included too (Tim, Wayne, Paul and Dav), anyway plug over (o: As a family we are embarecingly habitual, especially so, when it comes to the weekend. On a Saturday if where not at a childrens party, (which…