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Keighley & Worth Valley Railway

The Railway Station, Station Rd, Haworth, Keighley BD22 8NJ, UK

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About Keighley & Worth Valley Railway

The Keighley & Worth Valley Railway is a heritage railway that was reopened in 1968 and runs from Keighley to Oxenhope through beautiful Brontë country. Board our steam train and enjoy the sound of the engine climbing the steep sides of the valley, while great clouds of steam and smoke add drama to the scene. The five-mile journey is a powerful reminder of our industrial heritage, as well as being a unique way of enjoying the beautiful countryside immortalized by Charlotte, Emily, and Anne Bront



Attractions near Keighley & Worth Valley Railway

Brontë Parsonage Museum0.58km from Keighley & Worth Valley Railway

Brontë Parsonage Museum is a beautiful house that was home of the Brontë family from 1820 to 1861 and the place where Charlotte, Emily, and Anne wrote their great novels.    Now the Brontë Parsonage Museum, it houses the world’s largest collection of Brontë furniture, clothes, and personal possessions and offers an inspirational and evocative experience for people of all ages.

Bronte Waterfall3.87km from Keighley & Worth Valley Railway

Bronte Waterfalls is a 5.8-kilometer loop trail located near Keighley, West Yorkshire, England that features a waterfall and this place is also a nice trekking area and also you can spend some good time enjoying the waterfall.  It is an area of outstanding beauty and famous for its association with the Brontë sisters.

Cliffe Castle5.41km from Keighley & Worth Valley Railway

Cliffe Castle was originally the home of Victorian millionaire and textile manufacturer, Henry Isaac Butterfield. Completed in the 1880s the building was funded by the Butterfield family’s industrial empire which included wool textile mills and a shipping business that took British goods to Europe, America and China. The completed house was a showpiece of international art and French decoration. It was the scene of many glittering social events.

Top Withins5.63km from Keighley & Worth Valley Railway

Top Withens is a ruined farmhouse near Haworth, West Yorkshire which is said to have been the inspiration for Wuthering Heights the novel by Emily Brontë. The ruin lies on the Pennine Way and is a popular walking destination from nearby Haworth and Stanbury. Such is the attraction to Japanese literary tourists that some footpath signs in the area include directions in Japanese.

Bingley St Ives6.2km from Keighley & Worth Valley Railway

Bingley St.Ives is a country park that was located on the outskirt of Bingley. The Golf Club was formed in 1931 as a municipal club under the auspices of Bingley Urban District Council. Initially the course was of a 9-hole layout which was expanded to 18 holes in 1934. Over the more recent decades the course has been further developed with input from several leading players including Sir Nick Faldo, Seve Ballesteros and Jose Maria Canizares contributing to the improvement of various holes.

National Trust, East Riddlesden Hall6.56km from Keighley & Worth Valley Railway

This mid-17th-century gabled house with mullioned windows was built for the clothier James Murgatroyd, who first bought the estate in the 1630. The exterior is marked by a curious 2-story porch flanked by classical columns and a rose window beneath battlements and pinnacles. One of the good location which was located in a ca30 and quiet place.

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West Yorkshire is a metropolitan county in England. Remnants of strong coal, wool and iron ore industries remain in the county, having attracted people over the centuries.