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This folly was inspired by Stonehenge and known as ‘Druids’ Temple’. Built in 1820, It was commissioned by William Danby, one-time Sheriff of Yorkshire, near his home, Swinton Park, in the north of the county. Unlike Stonehenge, no mystery surrounds…
Local Authority said in relation to the burst water main......Following the significant damage caused to the A646, Burnley Road in Mytholmroyd, it is likely that the road will remain closed until at least Friday 7 September.
Looking over Hardcastle Crags
The cooperative pub in Hebden Bridge
Ean Monk on the bridge at Salem
Tags: #, 120 Roll film, 2018, 21c, 21st century, Animal, Border collie, Bridge, Calder Valley, Calderdale, Collie, Colour, Dog, Dogs, Fuji 645s 60W, Hebden Bridge, Individual, Male, Mammal, Man, Medium format, Packhorse Bridge, Person, Photo, Photograph, River, Rural scene, Sheepdog, Upper Calder Valley, View, Water, West Yorkshire
Snowmageddon on Townfield lane as the Beast from the East bites
Tags: #, 120 Roll film, 2018, 21c, 21st century, Animal, B&W, Border collie, Calder Valley, Calderdale, Collie, Dog, Dogs, Fuji 645s 60W, Heptonstall, Individual, Lane, Male, Mammal, Man, Medium format, Person, Photo, Photograph, Rural scene, Sheepdog, Snow, Telegraph pole, Telephone pole, Upper Calder Valley, View, Weather, West Yorkshire, Yorkshire
Built in 1894, also called Transmission House. On North Parade, it was formerly home to Eriks Industrial Services Ltd a car repair business.