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Ralph Berry is still rather Distanced🌹🚃 Sep 21
Serene as autumn gathers A quiet moment after the walk
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Milner Field Farm Bingley Sep 21
Our views of Shipley and Saltaire and playing in the mansion ruins...
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The Saltaire Collection Sep 20
Happy birthday Sir Titus! Born on 20th September 1803. We wouldn't have without him. Find out more about the history of the village and its founder:
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Kim Shutler Sep 18
Ended the week in beautiful 🥰 Love this place
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Maria Glot Saltaire 3h
To think that 25 years earlier the Mayor or Bradford tried unsuccessfully to persuade fellow mill owners to join him & instal a contraption on their chimneys to reduce pollution & save cash. So he re-located his business to &
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Paul Chadwick Sep 21
Time drifts by alongside near at lunchtime today.
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Cap and Collar Sep 17
Tonight’s offering! Open until 10pm 🍻
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Maria Glot Saltaire Sep 20
Profoundly deaf, widowed parent Ann Moss of penned poems for ’s birthdays. The obliging gent slipped a fiver in the thank-you letters & invited her to events in .
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Ralph Berry is still rather Distanced🌹🚃 Sep 21
A cooling in the air.... Autumn is out there
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Darren Parkinson🌍💚 12h
Hi this broken light at junction (Saltaire Rd/Bingley Rd) needs some immediate attention - there are what looks like live wires sticking out!! Thanks
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Catherine Russell Sep 18
Another beautiful day in today
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Billy Mac Sep 20
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Maria Glot Saltaire Sep 18
It’s a very different for the final weekend of the 2020 Online Virtual Festival, but still plenty to enjoy with a simple click on the link. in the . Roll on 2021
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Skyware Press 4h
The way through the woods. Dappled sunshine in Trench Wood on the edge of at the start of A Dales High Way
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Helen J Smith Sep 17
Those Victorian philanthropists built quality stuff
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Saltaire Village Sep 18
Replying to @songforzula @cjdhel
Hi Maurice. Yes! They were named after Titus Salt's family, his wife and the architects, Lockwood and Mawson. Lots of info on streets here, researched by Dave Shaw and Phil Barlo.
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Kirkgate Centre Sep 17
Our cafe is open today and tomorrow 11:30am-2:30pm! Now stocking locally roasted coffee beans from Casa Espresso! Join us for a drink and a bite to eat!!!
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Traditional Architect Birthdays Sep 18
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Me You Us & Them Sep 18
earlier anyone knows who was playing ?
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Stuart Bannerman Sep 18
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