I visit Haworth every year, have done for the last 13yrs, and do my Top Withens pilgrimage each time!! Then just sit on the bench and lose myself in the moors and what it must have been like back in the 1800's 😍😍 perfect 9 (14 hours ago)Anne Kay:
Spent many hours roaming the Moors here near to where I used to live home town of Keighley, I always loved the Wild and Windy Moors of Haworth!!! (2 hours ago)Loretta Mack:
Did my pilgrimage back in 1996 and want to go back and do it all over again. 3 (14 hours ago)Vesna Armstrong:
Has the post been removed now? When you click on it all you get is an error message :\ 1 (12 hours ago)Erica Davesne:
The link doesn't work, there is an error message... (10 hours ago)Shelly Blau:
Someday I will cross the pond and make my pilgrimage!!! (8 hours ago)Betty Mota:
great pictures...Haworth is amazing! 1 (14 hours ago)Natasha Vidler:
Can't seem to get the link to work (9 hours ago)Linda Smith:
Link doesnt work! (8 hours ago)Donna O'Gormley:
Would love to visit here 😍 (9 hours ago)Karen Reid:
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