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Glen Tramway

Operating for over 100 years this cable-operated tramway is the oldest in the country. It was built by showman Sam Wilson to take visitors from the river level of Saltaire’s Roberts Park up to the beauty spot of Shipley Glen.

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1853 gallery

This art gallery is one of the best loved and most respected in this area of the country. It is famous for housing collections by David Hockney, who is without a doubt one of the most celebrated British artists of the modern age. There are many fine works to be seen that cross genres and keep the visitors interested and intrigued throughout their stay.

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Baildon Village/ Baildon Moor

go to the Baildon Village webb site and check out the local amenities, pubs such as the Malt Shovel, local restaurants and Baildon Moor rich in natural History and historical features.

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Saltaire World Village heritagesite

Saltaire village is a Victorian model village located in Shipley founded by Sir Titus Salt the village is a UNESCO World Heritage Site

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Howarth village home of the Brontes

Howarth Village home of the Bronte sisters. The Keighley and Worth Valley Railway. The Bronte Parsonage and the spectacular landscapes of Wuthering heights.

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Ilkley, Skipton and the Yorkshire dales

The Yorkshire dales National Park is only a short drive away famous for the Villages used in the famous  Calendar Girls Movie . Ilkely Moor famous for its walks and the Cow and Calf rocks.
Skipton is a picturesque market town with Skipton Castle and local Market Skipton market days are Mon, Wed, Friday, Saturday.

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Bradford home of numerous museums

Bradford home of the Cartwright hall museum, spectacular Alhambra Theater,  National Media Museum, Indistrial Museum. Bolling Hall

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Leeds city famous for the RoyalArmouries, Harvey Nichols, Victoria quarter shopping centre

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The yorkshire television studios home of the Emmerdale visitor centre

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