Settlements in Yorkshire (14 pages found in this category)


Rural village and civil parish in West Yorkshire, a historic settlement in the ancient Kingdom of Elmet.


Model village developed near Edward Akroyd’s Bankfield mansion in Haley Hill, Halifax in the West Riding of Yorkshire. The houses are in blocks of six to ten around the park in streets named after cathedral cities.


Model village built by Colonel Edward Akroyd in the Calder Valley to the south of Halifax in the West Riding of Yorkshire, England.


Former mining village in South Yorkshire, six miles north of Rotherham and six south of Barnsley.


Rural village in the South Pennine fringe, midway between Hudddersfield and Wakefield.


Rural village stretched out along the Barnsley to Huddersfield road in Kirklees, West Yorkshire, taking its name from a Viking settler.

Grange Moor

Tract of moorland more than 700 feet above sea level that gave its name to Grange Moor, a residential village.


Village in the City of Wakefield in West Yorkshire, noted for its ancient common and the number of "mansions" around it.


Rural village in the City of Leeds district of West Yorkshire.


Pennine village that was flooded in the 1960s when Scammonden Dam and the M62 trans-Pennine motorway were constructed.