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About the Shipley Glen area

Shipley Glen and its surrounding area is host to many cultural and geographic attractions, such as Shipley Glen Tramway, The Old Glen House pub and Tearooms, Saltaire World Heritage Site and ancient cup and ring stones!

Shipley Glen Tramway

Shipley Glen Tramway was opened on the 18th May 1895 built by local publican Sam Wilson and is Britain's oldest working cable hauled tramway and is run entirely by volunteers. It is a quarter mile ride through woodland in Baildon West Yorkshire and opens weekend afternoons from April to end December and on Bank Holidays. In January, February and March the tramway opens Sunday afternoons only. For more details, click here to go to the Links page.

The Old Glen House Pub and Tea Room


Saltaire World Heritage Site

"Saltaire Village is near Bradford in West Yorkshire, England. It is named after Sir Titus Salt who built a textile mill and this village on the River Aire. In December 2001, Saltaire was designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO."

(extract from Saltaire Village website)

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Bracken Hall Countryside Centre, Glen Road, Baildon, West Yorkshire, BD17 5EA, ENGLAND