Where is the tunnel?

Queensbury Tunnel extends for 1.4 miles beneath a ridge in the Pennine foothills of West Yorkshire. Halifax lies at its south end (2.5 miles), whilst Keighley is located to the north (7 miles) and Bradford to the east (4 miles).

The tunnel could help to establish a strategically important link within the emerging network of shared paths across the region, allowing a connecting route to be formed between the Aire and Calder valleys where paths are already under development, as well as a link into Bradford. The existing Great Northern Railway Trail would form part of that route.

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Uncertainty prevails on tunnel’s anniversary

Tuesday 16 October 2018