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Private Yorkshire Dales Day Trip from Leeds
"Your private Yorkshire Dales day trip from Leeds begins when a knowledgable friendly guide meets you at your hotel and ushers you off in a comfortable mini-coach. Head for the unforgettable landscape of Yorkshire Dales National Park which includes Wensleydale Littondale and Nidderdale. Upon arriving in Wensleydale explore the 14th-century era Bolton Castle the former home of Mary Queen of Scots. The area’s most famous landmark offers the opportunity to learn about local history snap photographs overlooking the area or grab a tasty Yorkshire Brew in the medieval castle’s Tea Room. Then continue on to the village of Aysgarth to see the famous falls where ‘Robin Hood – Prince of Thieves’ was filmed. Take the scenic route through H
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Private Yorkshire Dales Day Trip from York
"The tour will depart from the York meeting point at 9:00am and head for the Yorkshire Dales National Park. The first stop will be Wensleydale’s most famous landmark the 14th century Bolton Castle which once housed Mary Queen of Scots. Take the opportunity to enjoy and photograph the magnificent views over Wensleydale learn a bit about the history of the area from your Guide or just have a leisurely Yorkshire Brew in the medieval castle’s Tea Room. The choice is yours.After make the short journey to Aysgarth to see and photograph the major falls which were a filming location for Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves. Then follow the scenic route to Hawes passing through the traditional Dales village of Askrigg
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Private Yorkshire Dales Day Trip from Leeds
"Your private Yorkshire Dales day trip from Leeds begins when a knowledgable friendly guide meets you at your hotel and ushers you off in a comfortable mini-coach. Head for the unforgettable landscape of Yorkshire Dales National Park which includes Wensleydale Littondale and Nidderdale. Upon arriving in Wensleydale explore the 14th-century era Bolton Castle the former home of Mary Queen of Scots. The area’s most famous landmark offers the opportunity to learn about local history snap photographs overlooking the area or grab a tasty Yorkshire Brew in the medieval castle’s Tea Room. Then continue on to the village of Aysgarth to see the famous falls where ‘Robin Hood – Prince of Thieves’ was filmed. Take the scenic route through H
From GBP545.00

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Station Buffet

The Rawtenstall terminus of The East Lancs Railway is a station preserved as in "The Golden Age Of Steam". Even the ticket office, waiting room and buffet (cafe) are pretty authentic (=basic, but...
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Leeds and Liverpool Canal

Leeds and Liverpool Canal is Britain's longest single waterway canal. The 127 miles stretch starts from Leeds, crosses the Pennines and finishes in Liverpool. Oswaldtwistle isn't far from Church...
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Leeds and Liverpool Canal

Leeds and Liverpool Canal is Britain's longest single waterway canal. The 127 miles stretch starts from Leeds, crosses the Pennines and finishes in Liverpool. Rishton, a Lancashire market town, is...
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Leeds and Liverpool Canal

Leeds and Liverpool Canal is Britain's longest single waterway canal. The 127 miles stretch starts from Leeds, crosses the Pennines and finishes in Liverpool. The canal passes through Blackburn and...
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Rochdale Canal

The canal was completed in 1804 and runs from Sowerby Bridge to Manchester via the Pennines. The canal is known as the 'Backbone of England' as it crosses high up in the Pennines and connects East to...
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Chinatown

Manchester’s Chinatown is a mainstay of the city’s socio-cultural geography; it flies the flag for Manchester, for independence and grassroots enterprise. The area is compact enough to retain a real...
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Jewish Museum

Manchester’s Jewish Museum is just outside the City Centre in the Cheetham Hill area, The museum is located in an old Synagogue founded in 1874, the former Ladies gallery now houses a display that...
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