The Brontë's family home in the village of Thornton near Bradford, West Yorkshire, England
The Brontës were a 19th century literary family associated with Haworth in the West Riding of Yorkshire, England. The sisters, Charlotte (born 21 April 1816), Emily (born 30 July 1818), and Anne (born 17 January 1820), are well known as a trio of sibling poets and novelists. They originally published their poems and novels under masculine pseudonyms, following the custom of the times practiced by female writers. Their stories immediately attracted attention - although not always the best…
Visiting Holmfirth in West Yorkshire | ADVENTURING & THINGS UK travel blog
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Yorkshire Quote Poster IIII
A typographic poster print of one my favourite swear words without actually swearing. This print would make a great addition to the lounge, the office, the studio or anywhere you find a space. Printed on a 250gsm Silk stock. The overall size of the print is 297mm(W) x 395mm(H) and the image size is slighty larger than A4 (210mm x 297mm) so it fits edge to edge within an A4 mount (as shown in the pictures). Please Note... the framed image shown in the pictures is for display purposes only…
Broadcasting Art | Pixels
Emley Moor TV Transmitter, Yorkshire, England Art Print by Jon Boyes. All prints are professionally printed, packaged, and shipped within 3 - 4 business days. Choose from multiple sizes and hundreds of frame and mat options.
Bradford's Lost City
Britain’s Lost Cities is a book by Gavin Stamp, subtitled A Chronicle of Architectural Destruction. The destruction was by war and planning, the latter by local councils, but sometimes by other bodies like universities. Bradford, my home city, features prominently, as it deserves to, and the pictures bring back memories of when I lived in the suburb of Great Horton, or perhaps Wibsey, on a hill on the western, Pennine side of the city, into the centre of which I would descend each morning on…
Titus Salt, British industrialist - Stock Image - C002/0924
Sir Titus Salt (1803-1876), British industrialist and philanthropist. The son of a wealthy businessman, Salt was admitted into the wool trade as a dealer (stapler), and started to experiment with unusual types of wool.
23 pictures of snowy Bradford from the past
Can you tell where and when these pictures of wintry Bradford were taken, and even who is in them? Can you remember some of the snowier winters in…
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