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Nelly Dean - Alison Case

I’m a big advocate for reading books in their correct setting. When I went to Carcassonne I took a copy of Kate Mosse’s Labyrinth (and a history of the Cathars) with me. 450 more words

Jane

9 Amazing Reasons to Visit the Keighley & Worth Valley Railway

Last weekend we paid a visit to the Keighley & Worth Valley Railway.  This is our third visit in a year and I LOVE IT.  It’s one of my favourite days out and here’s why: 722 more words

Bradford

Wuthering Heights

Author: Emily Bronte (sorry can’t find the umlaut!)

Finished on: 18 January 2016

Where did I get this book: This copy was from the amazing haul of books from our neighbour’s friend who died… 798 more words

Books

Communing with the Brontes - Haworth England

My accommodation sat at the bottom of a steep hill, leading up to the historic village of Haworth, where Charlotte, Emily and Anne Bronte, grew up in their father’s parsonage. 651 more words

Travel

Yuki Chan in Bronte Country -Mick Jackson

I am lucky enough to live within spitting distance of Haworth – although of course I wouldn’t be so uncouth as to spit in the vicinity of the home of the Brontës. 285 more words

Jane

Severe Flooding – No Trains Today, 26th December 2015

As a result of Bridgehouse Beck bursting its banks overnight, Haworth Station and Yard have suffered severe flooding and all passenger services today have been cancelled. 7 more words

Flooding Update - 26th December 2015

Following today’s unprecedented events, the Railway would like to thank our visitors for their understanding. We know that travelling with us on Boxing Day is a part of many people’s family traditions, and we hope you’ll be able to join us on another day soon. 139 more words

Keighley & Worth Valley Railway