Monday, 14 January 2019

Saltaire in the round

Saltaire in the round: four photos taken on the same spot, turning 360 degrees.

Looking NORTH (above) from the railway bridge down Victoria Road, towards the church, canal, river and park.

SOUTH (above) looking up Victoria Road towards the Victoria Hall, whose tower you can just see behind the tree on the left.

EAST (above) looking across the allotments to the south facade of Salts Mill,

and WEST (below) looking along Albert Terrace, which runs alongside the railway line.


  1. I always like towns where you can see open countryside at the end of the street.

  2. I wonder whether Hope Hill has any connection with the very active anti-alcohol 19th C. Band of Hope.

  3. So many interesting viewpoints. The town looks as if it is embedded in many stories and traditions.

  4. Lovely collection and you've given me a good sense of what standing in that spot must be like. I especially like the rainbow in #1. And then the cars seem to park in any direction, which is odd to me.

  5. That is a good idea for a post, Jenny!