Huddersfield - Lockwood - Berry Brow

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The route starts at the rail station in Hudderfield. A Victorian gem of a building, almost like a stately country house, as is architecture all around the centre of Huddersfield. The route sets off by passing a statue of the ex Prime Minister, Harold Wilson. Down through busy streets, passing the busy market, to the Huddersfield Narrow Canal. Along the towpath to the marina and pub/restaurant at Asplpey Basin. Then along another towpath enclosed by old Mill buildings and newer University buildings. On to a river section, and through urban Lockwood, before passing through terraced housing to Beaumont Park and the disused Meltham Branch line, now a Nature Reserve and information on the history of the rail line. Then down and through the wooded river valley, before climbing up to Berry Brow rail station. Good urban paths, park, woods and riverside.

England - North England - Yorkshire - Pennines


Birds, Butterflies, Cafe, Church, Flowers, Food Shop, Great Views, Industrial Archaeology, Pub, Public Transport, River, Tea Shop, Wildlife, Woodland

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23 Miles
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