The Pack Horse bridge is in Hebden Bridge, W Yorkshire, England, UK, which I visited recently.
Known as the Pennine Centre, Hebden Bridge takes its name from the packhorse bridge over Hebden Water. The town developed in late medieval times as a river-crossing and meeting point of packhorse routes from Halifax to Heptonstall, Burnley and Rochdale.
Textiles have been important in the Upper Calder Valley for centuries, but it was not until mechanisation and steam power were introduced from the late 18th century that Hebden Bridge began to grow significantly.
Information sourced from Hebden Bridge Tourist Information Board.
Sony 18-55mm lens.
Edited using Gimp 2.6 free download.
1 x handheld shot, duplicated, tonemapped, & tweaked using Dynamic Photo HDR.
This is the colour version:-
Which one do you like the best? I still prefer the B & W version!!!