Active Anglican church in Thornhill, West Yorkshire, Grade I listed.
Woman associated with witchcraft at Ledston Hall in the West Riding of Yorkshire. Died in 1603, and is said to haunt the nearby woods.
Rural village in the City of Leeds district of West Yorkshire.
Colliery nine miles east of Leeds and three miles north of Castleford on the Roman Ridge Road, sunk after coal had been proved under the Ledston Hall Estate in 1909.
Grade I listed former country house in West Yorkshire, now divided into residences.
Active Anglican church in Ledsham, West Yorkshire, possibly the oldest extant building in the county.
Historically important crossing over the River Aire in North Yorkshire, designed by John Carr.
17th-century Yorkshire woman uniquely created a baronetess in her own right.
Village near Thornhill in Kirklees, West Yorkshire.
Name for a number of day holes and drifts that worked the coal at the outcrop.