Oakworth is a Pennine village overlooking the
and the larger town of
in the heart of West Yorkshire's
Bronte Country .
Oakworth's main claim to fame is probably as a station on the
Keighley and Worth Valley Railway
line, and as such was used in location filming of
the classic 1970 film version of E.E. Nesbitt's novel
The Railway Children.
Besides its close proximity to
and the moors,
Oakworth has an attractive
and is within easy reach of the town of
Accommodation in and around Oakworth
The following (external) websites provide information about accommodation in and around the area:
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accommodation in Bronte Country
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