Addingham church at opening time (for the pubs that was!)
To change the hands on this clock at Ingleton you need to shin up the drain pipe.
Horological Tempus Fugiting in Leeds above Dysons
Clock on at the old engineering works that made printing machines in Otley from the Wharfedale to the Falcon.
Time for Christmas Lights
Shipley market square clock – they are both square
By: Mr Numb, Flickr
Malham Cove is a natural limestone formation north of the village of Malham, North Yorkshire, England. A popular beauty spot within the Yorkshire Dales, it is a large, curved limestone cliff at the head of a valley. At the top of the valley is a limestone pavement.
a view from the bottom, popular with climbers By: Rick Harrison Flickr
Originally, a large waterfall flowed over the cove as a glacier melted above it. There is now an underwater stream running from Malham Tarn down into the valley below.
By: Jim Moran, Flickr CC
By Vaidas M
By: Rick Harrison Flickr
Malham Tarn by Paul Stevenson
Malham Cove featured in the BBC series, Seven Natural Wonders of Britain.
It was featured in the film Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, filmed in 2009.