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Sunday Stroll in Hellifield

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Karen
Great pics and very helpful to me as we are thinking of moving out of our West Yorks village to somewhere more green!

bryan Capstick
picture 9 looking back to lancashire?. No no its looking deeper into yorkshire. Rye loaf Hill is on horizon dead centre. to its right is malhamdale and left is settle way. Crakemoor farm can be seen almost top left.

colin dowdall
I was a labourer working for gardham & henfrey stone masonswho restored the peel i never stayed to complete the project ive just seen it on the internet and it looks great. I will be going up there in september to stay the night there.

francis shaw
Hellifield Peel was built by Sir John Harcourt between 1307 to 1314

Yorkshire Lass
is picture no 12 the curious cow or is it a calf a little jersey dairy cow it looks like with its big black eyes and long lashes and big nose best cows ever these and such delicious milk cream ice cream etc yummy

picture viewer
What a lovely load of pictures and especially that cutie pie little animal in no 6 picture ahhhh

anne
suberb pictures joe.love the highland cattle.noticed the shorts have been packed away for the winter .well done

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