Underneath Halifax

The steep valleys and streams of this West Yorkshire town have, over the years, been built over and utilised by the local woollen industry for water, power and maybe even transport resulting in an underground world that is only seen a few.

Wet and dark for sure, but also strangely beautiful.


Victorian stone walls give way to more modern round metal pipes.



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