Yorkshire (63 pages found in this category)


Skelmanthorpe flag

Banner made in honour of the victims of the Peterloo Massacre.

St Bartholomew’s Chapel, West Bretton

Former estate chapel in the grounds of Bretton Hall, West Yorkshire.

St Peter and St Leonard’s Church, Horbury

Active Anglican church in the diocese of Wakefield, usually known as St Peter’s.

Standedge crossings

Standedge has been a major Pennine crossing point for more than 2,000 years.

Stanley Ferry Aqueduct

World’s largest cast-iron aqueduct when it was built between 1837 and 1839.

Swinton Pottery

Founded in 1745 and renamed the Rockingham Works in 1826, the company produced fine porcelainware until 1842.

Tammy Hall

Former piece or cloth hall, a specialist market for selling worsted cloth. Paid for by subscription, the hall opened in 1778.

Tankersley ironstone bed

Named from its outcrop at Tankersley near Barnsley in South Yorkshire.

Tickle Cock Bridge

Pedestrian underpass in Castleford, England, under a railway line originally built by the York and North Midland Railway between York and Normanton.

Victoria Tower

Tower on Castle Hill overlooking Huddersfield, constructed as a permanent memorial for Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee.