Oh, you're going to be sorry you asked. There are so many areas I would love to explore. There are several spots I would like to see, if I had the chance. One of them is no longer there. Another forum member posted photos of a dwelling that looked to have been dug into a wall. One episode that showed it was Who's That Dancing With Nora Batty. I was disappointed to see that it had been razed, and filled in with dirt. It's now just part of the hillside. I had always wondered about its historical significance. Another area is outside the Butcher's Arms Pub. If you're standing with your back to the pub, there is a wall on the left side of the street. What buildings are above that wall? Is it the site of Norman Clegg's, and the Sibshaw's second house? I understand that both their first and second houses are private property, and visitors may not be welcomed. I'm just curious. Another episode showed the path that led down a hill to the right of Hobbo's house. Where does it lead? It looked like a somewhat steep, grass covered hill. There are steps that go down in front of the Sibshaw's and Clegg's second houses. Where do they lead? I think the places they lived in were used as housing for mill workers. In the episode The Empire That Foggy Nearly Built, what are remnants of those buildings? Were they woollen mills? What businesses were housed in the other buildings across the street? After Alvin (Brian Murphy) joined the show, he is shown being towed by Entwistle, in an office chair. Is the house that sits at the intersection occupied? It looks to be abandoned. Is the house where Mr. Walter Ridley lived a single family dwelling? I have so many more questions, but for now, I'll just leave it at that. Thanks in advance.