VISITORS to Almondbury landmark Castle Hill are calling for its pub to be reopened.
It closed last year in order for extension work to begin.
But - 12 months on - the pub remains empty, with no sign of alterations starting.
Now, trippers to the historic site are asking: What's happening?
Visitors say they regret missing out on the chance to have a refreshing drink in the summer weather.
Three out of four parties of tourists quizzed by the Examiner said they wanted the pub to open again.
Anne Sugden, of Wibsey, Bradford, said: "If there was a beer garden and meals were put on, I am sure it would attract more people."
Her husband, Michael, who used to work at John Brook's mill at Armitage Bridge, said: "There would be more people willing to pay the £1.20 to go up the tower."
Ms Julie Forster, of Batley, who travelled to Castle Hill with her fiancé and six children, said: "It is so nice up here for picnics, but there are no refreshments.
"The hotel would be ideal if it was open. You can see for miles here. The view is spectacular."
George and Donna Dean, of Dewsbury Road, Wakefield, were also in favour of some amenities.
Mr Dean said: "There are a lot of people up here. There are lovely views and we will probably come back.
"But it would be nice if there were a few facilities and somewhere you could go for a drink or a meal."
But Louise Baldock, of Meltham, thought it was fine as it was.
"It would make it much busier up here and it would not be so nice for flying kites.
"It is better off with just an ice cream van."
The pub is owned by the Thandi Partnership, which could not be reached for comment.
The pub's owners had promised that work would start after last Christmas on a new restaurant and conservatory.
A pub has stood at the top of the hill since 1812.
Castle Hill's tower opened in 1898 to commemorate Queen Victoria's diamond jubilee.