Sunday, October 18, 2009


The River Aire

United Reformed Church--grade 1 UNESCO World Heritage Site. A sign out front said they were doing a marathon bible reading, and had been going for over 3 days straight!

Village & train station

Salt Mills (named for founder Sir Titus Salt--they were textile mills)

Pics from Light Night:

Assembly room in the Town Hall

Richard & me in the stairway up to the Town Hall clock tower

View from the end of the street, over towards Meanwood Grange

On Saturday we went to Saltaire, a village that Sir Titus Salt founded in 1853 for his mill workers. He started it so his workers could have better living conditions than they had in Bradford, and also because it's strategically located on the Leeds-Liverpool Canal of the River Aire, as well as the railway. Saltaire was really pretty, but it has a bit of an eerie, almost too perfect feel to it. It's definitely nicer than Bradford, but I still think I prefer Headingley.

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