Bronte Ways takes us along this walk and visits the many places associated with the lives and literacy works of the Bronte Family. Part One starts in Shirley Country looking at Oakwell Hall, the Red House and other places which formed the locations for that novel including places connected to the Luddite rioters.t traces the Bronte family through Patrickﾒs ministeries at Hartshead and Thornton before the family moved to Haworth. There are interviews with people at the various museums and buildings preserving the Bronte story. It takes us through some spectacular scenery as well as exploring villages along the way such as Oxenhope and Norwood Green. Haworth is finally entered by way of a ride on the Keighley & Worth Valley Steam Railway, featured in the Railway Children. This section concludes with a tour of the Parsonage Museum and St. Michael and All Angels Church.