Monday, November 25, 2013

Changegate Fisheries - Haworth

This Saturday we took a train into Keighley (pronounced Keithley) so we could ride a steam train into Haworth. The village of Haworth is the home of the Bronte sisters and the only train that goes there is an old steam one. The village sits on a high hill with a nice long, steep climb, then the main street is all up hill. There are wonderful little shops, boutiques and restaurants along the way, so it's not that bad. We were fortunate enough to be there on the Steampunk Weekend and an Arts & Crafts Festival.

We ate lunch at this little fish & chips cafe that was recommended by some other shopkeepers. Both Dan and I ordered the Haddock & Chips (7.50 pounds) that also included white bread, hot tea, coffee or soda. Dan added a side of mushy peas that were very good. The food was good and so was the service and there were no bones!! The name on the restaurant and menu were not the same, so I'm not sure of the true name.

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