I’ve just uploaded a big new photo feature on our walking holiday in Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire. Here’s a few pics for you:
Hebden Bridge station is a beautifully preserved Victorian station – why can’t all stations look like this?
Hebden Bridge is a delightful northern town with a cosmopolitan vibe that has given it the nickname of the ‘St Ives of the north’.
We walked the eight miles or so from Hebden Bridge to Haworth and were lucky enough to just miss the rain that thundered down as soon as we hit the pub!
Haworth is an astonishingly pretty village. Check out the photos here: Haworth village photos
We also took a steam train trip to Keighley and Oxenhope on the Keighley & Worth Valley Railway. It was lovely!
On Sunday we shook off the hangover with a short walk to Gibson Mill in Hardcastle Crag. It’s well worth a visit!
Hardcastle Crags walk