Keighley is perhaps most famous among steam enthusiasts for its railway station - terminus of the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway a lovingly restored steam railway. Steam trains leave regularly from Keighley along the railway, which leads west along the Worth Valley up to the villages of Oakworth, Haworth (famous for its association with the Brontes) and Oxenhope in the heart of West Yorkshire's Bronte Country . [N.B. For more information on other steam attractions in Yorkshire and the North of England, please see the separate Eagle Steam Resources website.]
To the north the main A629 route leads on up the Aire Valley to Skipton, (a bustling market town and gateway to the beautiful Yorkshire Dales national park), while to the north east the A6034 leads up through Silsden across Rombald's Moor to Addingham and Ilkley.
Events held on an annual basis in and around Keighley include the The Keighley Gala, the The Keighley and District Agricultural Show, and the Worth Valley Beer and Music Festival (which is usually held in October on the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway).
Accommodation in and around Keighley
Other Keighley Websites
Businesses and community groups based in and near to Keighley include the following (listed in approximate alphabetical order):
- Case studies of projects in Keighley by Leeds based Avanta UK Ltd.
- Sabre Stairlift Systems Ltd.
- Sew Right (clothing repairs)
- Walks in the Keighley area from Walking in Yorkshire
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[N.B. Please mention the Eagle Intermedia Bronte Country website when making your enquiries.]