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The ruined farmhouse on the moors above Haworth is believed to have been the setting for Emily Bronte's 'Wuthering Heights'. Postcard,

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Situated on the moors between Haworth and Walshaw, this farmhouse has been associated with Emily Bronte's novel "Wuthering Heights". The buildings, even when complete, bore no resemblance to the house she described, but the situation may have been…

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It was built by Gregory Patchett whose initials are on the gable window dripstone. The Inn was frequented by Bramwell Bronte during his time working at Luddendenfoot Station (1840/42) and it had a lending library at that time.
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