Saltaire Village, World Heritage Site
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Saltaire Village World Heritage Site
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The Boathouse

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The Boathouse (opened 1871)
Located at the bottom (north end) of Victoria Road, south of the River Aire.

These notes are extracted from the Word Heritage Committee Nomination Document, 2001. You can download this comprehensive document from this website.
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The Boathouse stands on the banks of the River Aire, overlooking Roberts Park. It has been extensively altered and converted into a restaurant and public house.




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