Halton East

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Halton East
West Riding
Halton East from the south.jpg
Halton East from the south
Grid reference: SE043539
Location: 53°58’55"N, 1°56’8"W
Post town: Skipton
Postcode: BD23
Local Government
Council: Craven

Halton East is a village in the hills above Wharfedale, in the West Riding of Yorkshire. It is to be found three and a half miles east of Skipton. At the 2011 Census the population of the village was less than 100.

The village is close to situated near Bolton Abbey.

A local heritage railway runs though, the Embsay & Bolton Abbey Steam Railway, and the village has its own halt on the line, called Holywell Halt.

Outside links

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