As in past years, the KWVR is operating a scenic bus tour of the upper Worth Valley in conjunction with Classic Vehicles of Yesteryear. If the weather is fine an open top vehicle may be used – time to blow away those cobwebs whilst enjoying views over Haworth Moor and a very different view of the Worth Valley. Don’t forget a hat and sun tan lotion if the sun shines – it may be cooler on the top deck, but that sun will still burn.
The service starts on Saturday 20th July and runs daily until Sunday, 1st September.
On the outward journey you can pick up the bus at Haworth Station or nearby Bronte Parsonage and for the return, Oxenhope Station. From Haworth Station the bus heads up the steep hill towards the top of Main Street and the Bronte Parsonage. After stopping in a handy location for shops and attractions (at the bus stop adjacent to the car park at the junction of Changegate and North Street), the bus continues via Bronte countryside towards Oxenhope, providing stunning views on the way.
On weekends the bus then takes a direct route back to Haworth with views across the valley towards Haworth and on weekdays returns via the top of Haworth village with a drop off opposite the stop for the outward journey.
This bus is FREE with any of our Rover tickets. A small charge is payable by other ticket holders. ENCTS bus passes are not accepted.
If you don’t buy a Rover ticket, you can pay for a ticket on the bus. The fare for the journey is paid to the bus conductor on the day.