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The wild moors around the hillside village of Haworth lie at the heart of Bronte country.
It was these windswept, brooding acres that proved the inspiration for the classic novels of the village’s three most famous former residents, Charlotte, Anne and Emily Bronte, whose name the area has adopted.
Wuthering Heights was reputedly inspired by the isoalted farm of Top Withens, the ruins of which can still be seen by those who are willing to tramp across the moor, past the Bronmte Waterfalls, while their home, Bronte Parsonage, is now a museum dedicated to their memory.
The steep cobbled Main Street has been the backdrop for many a film set, as has Haworth Station and the Keighley & Worth Valley Railway it sits upon, most notable The Railway Children starring Jenny Agutter who still maintains links with the area.
The village itself has transformed itself into a tourist attraction through the fame of the Brontes and there is a host of specialist shops selling antiques, paintings and Bronte memorabilia.