Manufacture of shoddy and mungo, an early form of recycling, was an important industry in the Heavy Woollen district of West Yorkshire.
Area of West Yorkshire whose prosperity rested on the manufacture of shoddy and mungo, an early form of recycling.
Burmantofts Pottery in Leeds was the major producer of decorated tiles and architectural ceramics in Yorkshire.
Flockton Collieries comprised several pits, some started before 1700, around Flockton and Middlestown between Wakefield and Huddersfield in the West Riding of Yorkshire.
Grange Ash Colliery operated between 1871 and 1966 south of the A642 road east of Grange Moor crossroads
A ruined Cistercian monastery and scheduled monument about one and a half miles (2.4 km) east of East Witton in Wensleydale, North Yorkshire.
Stanley Ferry Aqueduct was the world’s largest cast-iron aqueduct when it was built between 1837 and 1839.
A Pennine village that was flooded in the 1960s when Scammonden Dam and the M62 trans-Pennine motorway were constructed.
Constructed between 1758 and 1834, the navigation makes the River Calder navigable between Sowerby Bridge and Wakefield in the West Riding of Yorkshire.
An ancient township of four villages that was renamed Sitlington in 1929