Haworth filming locations seen in movies like The Railway Children - in pictures

Haworth's reputation as a cosy, cobbled place of beauty - and its Bronte heritage - has brought film and television producers to the area time and time again.

The Sun rises above a frosty Top Withens high in the Pennines above Haworth, the inspiration Wuthering Heights.

There is such interest that the Bradford Film Heritage organisation offers tours around some of the locations used on screen. Here is some of the top attractions.

Once home to the famous family, the Parsonage later appeared in The Railway Children and Rita, Sue and Bob Too, as well as the television programmes such as Perspectives, Walking Through History and A Place in the Sun.

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The building, like a number of those nearby on Main Street, can be seen in the 1970 classic The Railway Children.
Patrick Bront served as Reverend at the church, which was later in The Railway Children and Tony Robinsons Walking Through History.
This Inn goes back centuries and is one of the oldest film locations in the Bradford area, appearing in the first adaption of Wuthering Heights in 1920.
The Haworth station was included in Walking Through History but Keighley and Worth Valley Railway, a heritage line it is part of, has featured in many films and television shows.
Diane Park at her vintage shop, Wave of Nostalgia, which was once another location used in The Railway Children.
Stunning images from the Tour de France passing through Haworth made it one of the lasting moments as Yorkshire was projected on to screens internationally in 2014.
Sally Wainwright's To Walk Invisible, about the Bronte family, was partly filmed on location in Haworth.