View of Hewenden Viaduct at sunset.

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4.1 miles, 6.6 kilometres - Queensbury to Cullingworth 

Approximately: 1 hours 22 minutes Walk.


​​​​This trail is a work in progress, but the completion of the first section over two spectacular viaducts enables cyclists to enjoy day rides in this picturesque corner of Brontë country. This route intersects with National Route 69 and gives you the opportunity to cross the Grade II listed Hewenden viaduct, with spectacular views across this wooded valley.

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The Great Northern Railway Trail

Type:Walking Route

Station Road, BD13 1HR

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