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photoblog image A Yorkshire Weekend - Hebden Bridge 7/7

A Yorkshire Weekend - Hebden Bridge 7/7

We had a weekend away in mid-September and visited among other places Hebden Bridge and this week this series will concentrate on a few shots of that small town.

The final shot from Hebden shows a bit more of the square in the town centre and once again the Shoulder Of Mutton public house.

It seems to be a busy place and there is a very good range of private shops, instead of the usual mix of high street chains, to visit.

A Yorkshire Weekend - Hebden Bridge 7/7

We had a weekend away in mid-September and visited among other places Hebden Bridge and this week this series will concentrate on a few shots of that small town.

The final shot from Hebden shows a bit more of the square in the town centre and once again the Shoulder Of Mutton public house.

It seems to be a busy place and there is a very good range of private shops, instead of the usual mix of high street chains, to visit.

comments (9)

  • Astrid
  • Netherlands and counting down..........
  • 22 Nov 2009, 00:11
Love this view, so much to see and it seams that everybody is having a great time.
Brian Walbey: It was a lovely autmn day Astrid and apart from taking my pictures we sat and had a snack lunch in this lovely little town square. I have followed up the link on your windmill posting and see you live at Gorinchem. I haven't heard of it but from this website http://www.xs4all.nl/~pho/gorkey.htm it looks a lovely place and you will have lots to show Ginnie when she arrives.
  • zed
  • Australia
  • 22 Nov 2009, 07:06
Great weather to visit a very pleasant spot Brian
Brian Walbey: I bet it is foul there today Tony, we are having an awful weekend over here.
Well they have turned Hebden Bridge in to a really attractive spot. Certainly drawing in the punters on summer's day.
You should send these images to the local tourist board to be put in one of their brochures.

richard
Brian Walbey: Thanks Richard. I suppose, away from the centre it isn't quite so attractive but we would contemplate paying a further visit if we are ever in the area.
  • Alan
  • United Kingdom
  • 22 Nov 2009, 08:51
I was thinking of Fred Dibnah and your reply to my comment on a previous posting regarding the chimney was on similar lines. Looks a great place to sit and watch the world go by.
Brian Walbey: We would have liked a bit more time there Alan, sadly these coach drivers always want to move on.
What a wonderful place Brian. I would love to visit it!
Brian Walbey: I'm sure, like us, you would be surprised at the place with it being an old industrial town but i suspect away from the centre it might be not quite so attractive.
  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 22 Nov 2009, 13:03
Crisp and gorgeous, Brian.
Brian Walbey: Thanks Ray.
Had a look at your previous posts, it all comes togeather now Brian, Its a beautiful place, love the Yorkshire stone.
Brian Walbey: I liked the stone colour as well Linda, tomorrow we move on to another well known town nearby.
Another nice shot to close out.
enjoyed these 7 . . .
smile
Cheers
Rob
Brian Walbey: Thanks very much Rob.
wonderful street scene here Briansmile
Brian Walbey: Thanks Tim.

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