Your itinerary for Bradford when discovering Amazing Women by Rail ....
Turn right out of the station onto Broadway; the Visit Bradford Centre is at Britannia House BD1 1JF.
The Bradford Peace Trail leaflet features several Bradford women.
The 607 bus at H12 bus stop takes you to Thornton.
The Bronte sisters were all born at 72- 74, Market Street (BD13 3HF), now a bistro.
The ruins of the church where Rev Patrick Bronte preached - known as the Bell Chapel - are in the graveyard off Thornton Road, opposite St James Church BD13 3AB.
The church has the original font in which the Bronte children were baptised.
You can take the train to Keighley and then either the Bronte Bus (500) to Haworth or the heritage Keighley and Worth Valley Railway.
The Bronte Parsonage Museum (BD22 8DR) is essential to visit.
The Science And Media Museum (BD1 1NQ) has a display about the Cottingley Fairies.
This includes the cameras used by Frances and Elsie.
The original photographs are kept in the research room and can be viewed by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a visit.
For Cottingley catch the 615 bus from Bradford Interchange.
Elsie lived at 31, Main Street (BD16 1SX) (private residence).
Nearby, the village green has some beautiful metal sculptures based on the famous photographs.