This is Hebden Bridge, an old-fashioned and very cool little railway station I pass through when travelling from Accrington to Leeds. The whole journey is like passing through Tolkien’s shires, many small and grassy hills with villages nestled in their valleys. I’d take more pics but the train has no windows which can be opened and they’re usually too filthy to take a shot through. Shame. 

The redundant signal box is an English Heritage Grade II listed building.

Kirkstall Abbey - Leeds. Founded in 1152, the monks here managed most of the agricultural activities in Yorkshire (and parts of Lancashire) until Henry VIII sent the thugs in in 1538.