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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Lane on Worts Hill, Slaithwaite When the moorland was enclosed, a strip of land was left along the top of the ridge. Just beyond the summit there is a wider part that was a quarry. Then there is a nar…
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Bridleway over Worts Hill, Slaithwaite On the western side of the hill, in Scammonden, this bridleway is a broad cart track, but on this side it is a sunken packhorse track.
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
View from Worts Hill, Slaithwaite This is part of the panoramic view from the disused quarry on Worts Hill. The subject position is the fields in the foreground, just beyond the bridleway that is on t…
New Hey Road at Worts Hill