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Fun things to do in Keighley

Whether you live in, are vacationing in, or just passing through the Keighley area, you should consider exploring the Keighley Film Trail, and check out all the other fun things Keighley has to offer

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Keighley Film Trail

A great part of the 2004 BBC television drama North and South starring Richard Armitage was shot at Dalton Mills. But the town’s principal film location is without doubt the Keighley & Worth Valley Railway, whose Keighley, Ingrow, Damems and Oakworth stations have featured in major films such as The Railway Children and Yanks, and also in innumerable TV dramas, serials and adverts including Sherlock Holmes, Testament of Youth, Miss Marple, Poirot, Peaky Blinders, A Robber’s Tale and A Touch of Frost. Most recently the Council Chamber in the Town Hall on Bow Street has been used in the TV serial South Riding.

Worth Valley Railway

Filmed Here


The Railway Children,

Swallows and Amazons

Pink Floyd musical The Wall

The Last of the Summer Wine.

Dalton Mill

Filmed Here

Peaky Blinders



The Limehouse Golem


North and South

East Riddlesden Hall

Filmed Here

Emily Brontes Wuthering Heights


Sharpe's Justice

Most Haunted.

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