Barnsley town in South Yorkshire, England, lies on the River Dearne and is amidst many smaller settlements.
This town is famous as a former industrial town centered mostly on glassmaking and coal mining. Its local culture is rooted to its industrial heritage having a tradition of brass bands.
The local football club, Barnsley F.C, the Alhambra Center, Houndhill, Wentworth Castle & Gardens and many such sights are worth exploring.
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