STARS and film crews have returned to the district for the new series of Gentleman Jack.

A set was first built on the top of Haworth Moor's Penistone Country Park on Tuesday with the shoot originally planned to go ahead on Wednesday.

Due to issues with the weather, filming took place on Thursday and  T&A Camera Club member Mark Davis took these great images during scenes.

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

Suranne Jones during filming this week

 The set has been created to mimic a snow scene with white powder sprinkled delicately over rocks.

Councillors confirmed that the film crews will only be filming for one day. 
For those who missed the first series Gentleman Jack is a historical drama created by Sally Wainwright. 

The award-winning drama follows the life of 19th century landowner Anne Lister, has also been filming in Halifax and York. Suranne Jones returns as Anne Lister in the Lookout Point production for BBC1, co-produced with HBO.

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

In the new series all eyes are on Anne Lister and Ann Walker as they set up home together at Shibden Hall as wife and wife.

Anne Lister’s entrepreneurial spirit frightens the locals as much as her unconventional love life and, with Halifax on the brink of revolution, her refusal to keep a low profile is dangerous.

The series is again based on Lister’s five-million word diaries, written in code. The cast includes Peaky Blinders star Sophie Rundle as Ann Walker, Game of Thrones star Gemma Whelan, Bradford-born Timothy West, former Coronation Street actress Katherine Kelly and Peter Davison.

The production team is adhering to Government guidelines for safety during filming.

Production on the second series resumed last October.

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

Location shooting has taken place throughout West Yorkshire and surrounding areas, including Shibden Hall as Anne Lister's home and Sutton Park.

Last December the cast and crews came to Bingley old main street. Teams could be seen in the town’s historic quarter, and the Old White Horse pub.

According to Bradford City of Film's David Wilson, it could be the first time a central Bingley location has been used in a high-end TV drama.

Pictures on social media showed beautiful, historic carriages on the cobbled streets as well as extras walking in traditional attire, including big top hats.

The first series, which was partly shot in Bradford and featured youngsters from local theatre school, Articulate, was a huge hit, with 6.8 million viewers across its eight-episode run.

It was a major tourism boost for neighbouring Calderdale and perhaps, in future, Haworth - already famous for its Bronte connections.