far north and north-eastern parts of the Peak District include parts of
Greater Manchester, West Yorkshire and South Yorkshire. Here some of
England's finest industrial heritage can be found here along with some
of it's finest countryside.
Yorkshire parts are best known as the filming location for "Last of the
Summer Wine", a delightful and gentle comedy series that ran for many
years on BBC Television.
Skirting the northen edge of the Peak
District is the Huddersfield Narrow Canal, a 20 mile (32km) waterway
with 76 locks and a three mile (5km) long tunnel at it's summit, the
longest such tunnel in the United Kingdom.