Pillars Past

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Nidd Walk Pateley Bridge North Yorkshire HG3 5AW

As part of art project ‘Travelling Histories’, creating sculptures and installations along the length of the Way of the Roses this trio of pieces celebrates the heritage of Nidderdale. Created by stone mason Joseph Hayden each pillar represents a key part of the history of the area with the sculptures including a monk, a minor and a farmer. They stand in a circle on what used to be the turntable for turning locomotives at the Pateley bridge station of the Nidd Valley Railway, and are just a short walk from the town centre on Nidd Walk.

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