Close-up of plaque on Top Withens, crumbling farmhouse ruin on remote Pennine moors (Wuthering Heights?) - near Haworth, West Yorkshire, England, UK.
Contributor:Ian Lamond / Alamy Stock Photo
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Dimensions:4256 x 2831 px | 36 x 24 cm | 14.2 x 9.4 inches | 300dpi
Date taken:11 August 2009
Location:Top Withens, near Stanbury & Haworth, West Yorkshire, England, Great Britain, GB, United Kingdom, UK
A close-up view of the plaque on the outside wall of Top Withens.It is situated near Haworth, which was once the home of the Bronte sisters. This abandoned farmhouse is said to be the inspiration for the Earnshaw house in Emily Bronte's 'Wuthering Heights.' It has a dramatic and lonely setting high on the windswept moors.