Typical English street
Main Street in Haworth, West Yorkshire, in the town of Bronte, is a steep cobbled street, which leads from the bottom of the village to the top where there is a church and the Brontë Museum. It's a typical street for that area of North West England. It has a fairly steep slope, it's stone, with slate houses, shops, pubs, small hotels, tea shops, restaurants ...Although the area attracts tourists with the beauty of the surrounding countryside and the name Brontë that is associated with so many places in the area, it is not entirely a "showcase street", as expected. Besides the museum of the Brontë sisters, don't miss the corner where you can find the post office, the Apothecary Guesthouse hotel is up there.