Saturday, 28 August 2010

Images of ..... Haworth

The Parsonage, Haworth - home of Charlotte, Emily and Anne Brontë and their family from 1820 until their deaths.



The Apothecary (Drug Store) where Branwell Brontë purchased the opium that was eventually to kill him

Looking down Main Street (on a quiet day!)

Main Street again





7 comments:

  1. Love the pictures here Jenny. Such beautiful locations.

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  2. It's a part of England I've never been to, and will have to change it soon:)
    Mrs. Beighton's Sweet Shop is a dream!

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  3. How could I miss this blog?!! I LOVE, LOVE those pictures!

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  4. What a wonderful place. So photogenic. Gorgeous. The black and white ones really do make you feel you've stepped back in time.
    I have to follow this blog of yours too ;-)

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  5. Stunning pictures, Jenny! It's really hard to pick my favourite!
    Thanks for the pictorial tour to such a beautiful place!

    Hope you had a lovely Wednesday so far.


    Betty :))

    P.S.
    So happy...I'm your newest follower on this blog, too. Gladly I shall add you to my blog roll as well.

    Betty x

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  6. I loved Love your photos..Gorgeous

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  7. These photos are fabulous..must be a neat story behind the Apothecary? I'd love to know..the sweet shop is cool and the monochrome came out terrific! Love the old roads- (brick & stone) architecture! Wow-

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