Jun 16 2008 by Andrew Baldwin, Huddersfield Daily Examiner
MYSTERIES and urban legend are part of the identity of all great towns and cities – and Huddersfield is no exception.
The beast which may – or may not – roam Saddleworth Moor is one fascinating example.
Another is the question over the exact route of the great Roman road which crossed the Pennines near our modern-day town.
Now a local archaeology group has found out with a great deal of dogged determination.
Our spirit of discovery remains undimmed in an age when we are often accused of becoming shallow and obsessed with celebrity.