Saltaire Village is near Bradford in West Yorkshire, England.
It is named after Sir Titus Salt who built a textile mill and this village on the River Aire.
|Photograph of Workers Leaving Salts Mill in the early 1950s|
|Just across the street from the Salt Mill, 750 the mill workers could lunch here.|
The dome building in the back is the Congregational Church that Titus Salt built for the people.
|Railroad Station (Metro Station)|
|Old barber chair|
|Old bench and cupboard|
|Elder Wilson taking a rest on an old bench|
|Old school desk|
|The Silver Family has a collection of their pottery on display.|
|This was constructed from tin. The home had expensive elegant items for the home. |
It also had several antique dishes and housewares on display.
|Candles hanging to dry attached a top and bottom by twos|
The hiking store had this HUGE backpack
This is a sign in the café. Children are the same everywhere.