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Top Withens

Top Withens in the heart of The Bronte Country in West Yorkshire. The views are amazing no matter when you decide to take a walk up here. 21 more words


Constituting a 'lived experience': Emily's postcard from Haworth

Why I went…

I’d read quite a few Brontë novels and, although my academic life has taken me in a slightly different direction, I wanted to see what the wild Yorkshire moors of the novels was like. 187 more words

Postcard Gallery

Haworth About That

OK…I’ve been a bit rubbish at updating since my first flurry of posts. I’ve had loads of ideas to post but not enough time to sit down and actually write them up! 779 more words


Keighley and Worth Valley Railway

Midland Railway 4F No. 43924 arrives at a busy Haworth Station. Engine 43924 was the first locomotive to be rescued from the “famous” Barry scrapyard in South Wales. 34 more words


It was a Hoot of a Night

Well, it was another fab gig at The Owl Inn in Rodley.  A few new numbers made it onto the set list and went down a storm.   144 more words


Brontë Country

Each time I visit Yorkshire I find I love it more. Every corner of it is beautiful, from its wild grassy moors punctuated with blasted trees and lonely ruins, to the cute stone villages tucked cosily in the creases of rolling green hills, striped with ancient stone walls and dotted with sheep. 263 more words