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The Brontë Waterfall is a small waterfall located about a mile south west of Stanbury, near Haworth, West Yorkshire, England. The area surrounding the waterfall is mainly moorland and farmland but is part of Brontë Country. Wikipedia

The Brontë Waterfall is a small waterfall located about a mile south west of Stanbury, near Haworth, West Yorkshire, England. The area surrounding the waterfall is mainly moorland and farmland but is part of Brontë Country.

Stream and bridge above Haworth

Haworth steam railway

The Keighley and Worth Valley Railway. Still running a regular steam railway service from Haworth to Keighley. Starting in the heart of Bronte country and turning around in Keighley.

Gibson's Mill, Hardcastle Crags, Nr Hebden Bridge

Gibson's Mill, Hardcastle Crags, Nr Hebden Bridge

Pack Horse Bridge in Wycoller. (Those familiar with the Bronte Carpets logo may recognise this)

Pack Horse Bridge in Wycoller. (Those familiar with the Bronte Carpets logo may recognise this)

Hardcastle Crags, UK October 2012. A favourite spot for the Brontes. Nr Hebden Bridge......

Hardcastle Crags, UK October A favourite spot for the Brontes.

The Bronte Bridge is a small clapper bridge across a stream in a valley which cuts below the moors near Haworth.  Close by the bridge is the Bronte Chair, and the picturesque Bronte Waterfall.

The Bronte Bridge is a small clapper bridge across a stream in a valley that cuts below the moors near Haworth, West Yorkshire, England. Close by the bridge is the Bronte Chair and the picturesque Bronte Waterfall.

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