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Haworth Cross Roads & Stanbury parish council have made contact with Haworth New Jersey U.S.A, and are in the process of formally twinning. 

They celebrated their centenary in 2004. Visit the website of Haworth New Jersey  here...



Haworth England U.K

 Statistics & Facts

The population of Haworth is approximately 2,753

Nearest City is Bradford, 9 miles away

The distance from Haworth to capital city London is 215 miles.

Haworth is positioned 53.8340 degrees north of the equator and 1.9470 degrees west of the prime meridian.


The Line was built in 1867 by local mill owners. British Rail closed the branch in 1962. The Line reopened in 1968 and has been owned, operated and managed entirely by volunteer members of the Keighley &Worth Valley  Preservation Society ever since. 

Haworth New Jersey U.S.A 

 Statistics & Facts

The population of Haworth is approximately 3,384

Nearest City is New York, 10 miles away

The distance from Haworth to Washington DC is 218 miles. 

Haworth is positioned 40.96 degrees north of the equator and 73.99 degrees west of the prime meridian.


The first passenger train ran in June 1883, The last passenger train ran through town in either 1958 or 1959, and the abandoned train station was ruined in a fire in 1962.




Wondered what Haworth New Jersey looks like?

Photo's and text by Dawn Wheeler who is the Deputy Tax Collector for Haworth N.J

The building is the Borough Hall, where all the administrative offices are, the police station is in the rear of the building. Off to the left is the library.



Haworth AvenueHaworth Avenue, looking east uphill. The locals call this "Tank Hill", because years ago the water source was a natural spring, and the water was kept in a large tank on a tower on this hill. The man-made water reservoir which borders our town to the north west is the water source for most of the county now, but we still call it "Tank Hill".
At the top of the hill is a traffic light, and it's just the worst place to have to stop on an icy day with a manual (stick shift and clutch) type car.



Borough Hall taken from Haworth AveBorough Hall taken from Haworth Ave, looking towards town hall, with the duck pond and gazebo behind.






Duck pond and gazebo, Haworth New JerseyDuck pond and gazebo.

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