Haworth village photos
A walk around the popular Pennine village.
(Photos/words © urban75, March 2008)
Situated above the Worth Valley and surrounded by the bleak Pennine moors, Haworth is famous thanks to the Brontë sisters, who wrote most of their famous novels while living at the Haworth Parsonage (the sisters were actually born in Thornton, Bradford).
The international fame of the Brontës has assured the village a thriving tourist trade, while the attractive cobbled streets and preserved steam railway station have made it popular with period film makers.
Old bank building, now a tourist centre.
If you're looking for any kind of touristy, Brontë based foodstuff, Snowden's is the place for you!
Looking down the Main Street.
Grabbing a drink in the Fleece Inn.
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