HAWORTH and Keighley earn a mention in the latest Rough Guide to England.

With its Bronte connections, the Worth Valley village is given prominence.

The guide states "of the English literary shrines, probably only Stratford sees more visitors than the quarter of a million who swarm annually into the village".

One-time home of the literary sisters, the Parsonage Museum, is highlighted together with the Bronte waterfall and bridge.

The Keighley & Worth Valley Railway is also listed, but mainly as a possible means of transport to Haworth.

There is no mention of its fame as the location for filming of the classic 1970 movie version of The Railway Children.

Other attractions in Bradford district listed include the National Media Museum, Ilkley Moor and the World Heritage site of Saltaire.

The Rough Guide to England is available online at roughguides.com.