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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


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


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


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


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


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

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