Sunday, 22 November 2020

40 Places You Can Only See In Calderdale

 The Metropolitan Borough of Calderdale is the place where I call home and because of this is also the place where the majority of my pictures are taken. 40 Places you can only see in Calderdale is a set of pictures that were on my hard drive that I had previously posted to Flickr and Clickasnap and I thought why not make a short video for YouTube with them.

A little abut Calderdale, it was formed in 1974 when the districts of Brighouse, Elland, Halifax, Hebden Bridge, Sowerby Bridge and Todmorden merged together. There are many other smaller settlements within the district and it has a population of approx. 204000. The area takes is name from the River Calder which runs through the district from east to west. The main commercial and administrative centre is Halifax which is also the largest town within the area with a population of approx. 88000. The area features many buildings and areas of interest which can be seen in the following video and I have probably posted about previously if you would like more information.

The picture below are some of the ones featured in the video.

All Souls Church, Haley Hill, Halifax

All souls Church, Boothtown.

Bench at Willow Hall Dam.

Willow Hall Dam, Sowerby Bridge

Lumbutts Water Tower.

Lumbutts Water Tower

Luddenden Dene Wesleyan Chapel Remains.

Former chapel at Luddenden Dene.

Looking Down at Lumb Falls.

Lumb Falls, Crimsworth Dean.

This is just a small selection of the images featured in the video.

Thanks for looking and please take a moment to share.