Shutterspots No. 7: Salt’s Mill, Saltaire

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Just on the outskirts of Bradford is the idyllic little town of Saltaire.  Saltaire was built in 1851 by Sir Titus Salt, a leading Yorkshire industrialist.   The name is a blend of the founder’s name and the name of the local river Aire that runs nearby. The town is picturesque and can be a source for some wonderful street photography opportunities.

Photography Subjects

Long exposure, water, sunrise, sunset, reflection, weir, flowing water, architecture, history, industrial, mills

Key Locations

See the google map below for my points for nearby parking and for access to the location.  As always please be safe and sensible along the water.

Getting There

By road, Saltaire is well signposted from Bradford. There is also a mainline train station right in the centre of Saltaire.

There is free parking available on weekends on Higher Coach Road.

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