Sowerby Bridge is a Pennine town in
which lies immediately adjacent to
The skyline here is dominated by the ornate chimney-like structure of
- almost certainly the largest of several Victorian follies which were built as viewpoints in the area.
Branwell Bronte worked at
as assistant clerk before being appointed clerk in charge up the line at the station for the nearby village of
Also nearby is the Pennine village of
with its deep wooded valleys and moorland so typical of West Yorkshire's
South east along the valley is
from where the trans-Pennine A58 route passes by the
reservoirs of Blackstone Edge Moor
itself before descending in to Lancashire.
Another trans-Pennine route, but in this case a waterway, the
connects Sowerby Bridge with Lancashire.
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