Bridge End, Grassington MYD36588 (c) YDNPA, 2023
Bridge End occupies a prominent position overlooking the River Wharfe in Grassington. This Victorian terrace once had a clear view of trains from Bradford and Leeds as they arrived at Threshfield Station. Because of this the houses used to be called ‘Boiled Egg Row’ because wives had just enough time to put their husbands’ tea on before they arrived home from work. The fashionable red tiled roofs face the river. At the back, the developer ran out of money and used cheaper grey Welsh slate instead.
Goldthorpe, Ian (1998) Grassington Towards the Millennium. Grassington: The Dales Book Centre
Location Terrace lies immediately east of Grassington Bridge off the B6265 road. No public access. Can be viewed from roadside or public footpath signposted Hebden and Burnsall that runs below terrace along riverside.
Public Transport Details Nearest town/village: Grassington. Call Traveline on 0870 608 2 608 to plan your journey. After the welcome message key in 885 for North Yorkshire information.
Accessibility Viewable from roadside. Footpath rough and muddy with squeeze stile and kissing gate at start.