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1853 Gallery

Salts Mill, Victoria Road, Saltaire, BD18 3LA

tel: 01274 531163

Salts Mill is set in the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Saltaire. The Grade II Listed historic mill building was built in 1853 by Sir Titus Salt along with the village to house his workers.

 
Denso Marston Nature Reserve

Otley Road, Baildon, BD17 7JR

tel: 07581 584436

The seven acre reserve is situated between the River Aire and the Denso Marston factory in Shipley, West Yorkshire. Created in 1990 on Denso Marston wash land for the benefit of wildlife, community enjoyment and education.

 
Shipley Glen

Glen Road, Baildon, Shipley, BD17 5EA

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walk

Baildon, BD17

tel: 01274 437942

Baildon Moor is a great place for walking and is popular with kite fliers and model aircraft enthusiasts

 
Shipley Glen Tramway

Prod Lane, Baildon, Shipley, West Yorkshire, BD17 5BN

tel: 01274 589010

This unique tramway was built in 1895 and operates narrow-gauge 'toastrack' cable-hauled trams. Two trams with canopy tops, run up and down a steep wooded hill every 3 minutes or as required. Restored and operated by volunteers.

 
Canal at Bingley

Bingley, Bradford, BD16

tel: 01274 433678

The Leeds - Liverpool Canal is one of the longest canals in England and passes through Bradford district. It is a lovely place for a stroll or cycle.

 
Saltaire Village

Victoria Road, Saltaire, BD18 3LF

tel: 01274 433678

Mill owner Sir Titus Salt built the village for his workers and today Saltaire attracts millions of visitors to its magnificent architecture and visitor attractions.

 
Shipley Sheep

Shipley, Bradford, BD18

tel: 01274 437942

Shipley is a short distance from Bradford and close to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Saltaire. Shipley is a thriving town with a reputation for good restaurants and bars.

 

Bradford Road, Shipley, BD18 3BX

tel: 01274 431000

Northcliffe Park is made up of Northcliffe Woods and Norman Rae Playing Fields.