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West Yorkshire - Wikipedia
West Yorkshire was formed as a metropolitan county in 1974, by the Local Government Act 1972, and corresponds roughly to the core of the historic West Riding of Yorkshire and the county boroughs of Bradford, Dewsbury, Halifax, Huddersfield, Leeds, and Wakefield.

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West and South Yorkshire - traditional towns and great ...
Yorkshire is celebrated for its textiles and the wealth of the Victorian era can still be seen in the superb architecture of towns such as Halifax and Huddersfield, fine bases for exploring the beautiful Pennine Hill country.

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Things to do in West Yorkshire | Days Out | Places to Visit
West Yorkshire encompasses much of the old West Riding of Yorkshire. To the west of the County are the southern Pennine Hills and lovely Calder Valley, providing opportunities for walking and cycling.

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Durham Mining Museum - Wearmouth Colliery
Monkwearmouth Colliery comprises two pits, the sinking of which commenced in 1826. There are two seams worked, the Maudlin and the Hutton seams ; the first of these is reached at a depth of 265 fathoms, and the latter at 285 fathoms.

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Yorkshire Dales What to See and Do Guide, Northern England
Yorkshire Dales Icecream Farm makes a great family day out, near Skipton and Bolton Abbey, with breathtaking scenery, super free wooden play area for children and new undercover play area.

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Shipley, West Yorkshire - Wikipedia
Shipley (/ ˈ ʃ ɪ p l i / SHIP-lee) is a commuter suburb and small town in the City of Bradford, West Yorkshire, England, by the River Aire and the Leeds and Liverpool Canal, north of Bradford.

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Durham Mining Museum - South Hetton Colliery
Description. South Hetton is a village, in the parish of Easington, about two miles there from, and four from Houghton-le-Spring. It is chiefly deserving of notice from the extensive new colliery, from which it derives its name.

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Things to do in North Yorkshire | Days Out | Places to Visit
North Yorkshire is England's largest county, with a wide diversity of scenery, attractions, historic towns and villages. Heritage sites and ancient architecture abounds throughout the County.

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Coal Mining in North East England
| Timeline | Introduction to Coal Mining and Railways in the North East. For further information on specific industries such as the chemical industry, iron industry shipbuilding, rural industries or the pioneering developments of electricity in the region see the nineteenth century section or other appropriate periods.

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The Workhouse in Bradford, Yorkshire, W. Riding
Bradford, West Yorkshire [Bibliography] Up to 1834. Bradford's first workhouse was built in 1738 at Barkers End at the north-east of Bradford, at the south side of what is now Barkerend Road.

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