Rastrick Library. The Library and Park were paid for by J W Clay and William Smith, and opened in 1912. The library replaced a previous one in Ogden Lane. In front of the door is the War Memorial, and…
The Ponderosa Centre, Norristhorpe, Liversedge. The Ponderosa Rural Therapeutic Centre was founded by a group of people who wanted to bridge the gap. Disabled and disadvantaged children of all ages ca…
|Title||Footpath, Worts Hill and West End, Slaithwaite. A tarmac lane leads to a series of farmhouses along the hillside, the last of which is West End. Then the lane becomes the footpath in the foreground. The hill is Worts Hill. A bridleway crosses it near to the summit and gives excellent views.|
|Photo's author||Humphrey Bolton User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||13 Nov 2005 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 480|
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Footpath, Worts Hill and West End, Slaithwaite. A tarmac lane leads to a series of farmhouses along the hillside, the last of which is West End. Then the lane becomes the footpath in the foreground. T…
West End Farm
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A footpath leading north from New Hey Road
Stile off New Hey Road, Scammonden This elaborate baffle arrangement makes sure that neither animals nor humans run out-of-control onto the main road!
New Hey Road, at O' Cot Lane
New Hey Road (A640) at O'Cot
New Hey Road at Worts Hill