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  • Photographs of The west end, Derby, Derbyshire, England
    This is Agard street The large four storey buildings on the left are Student accommodation which Markeaton Brook runs behind The pub here is the Captain Blake As of August 23rd 2003 this pub changed its name to Union Blue On the right side is Derby s Tax office Update Feb 18th 2010 this pub reopened as Einstein s bar Update September 2011 this pub reopened as The Oxygen Bar Photo Description The mill buildings from Agard street Date photo taken 8th July 2001 Other Information These are the remains of the mill buildings this photo taken from Agard street These have since been demoilshed Photo Description The mill buildings Date photo taken 8th July 2001 Other Information These are the remains of the mill buildings These have since been demoilshed Photo Description Markeaton brook and the old mills Date photo taken 25th June 2001 Other Information These old mill buildings on the left side of the brook are from the days of the millwrights These have since been demoilshed Photo Description Inside the Mill building Date photo taken 24th October 2001 Other Information This is an interior shot of the above mill building This have since been demoilshed Photo Description Markeaton brook just before it vanishes under Derby Date photo taken 8th July 2001 Other Information This weir is the last one before Markeaton brook vanishes under the town centre Photo Description The last view of Markeaton brook at Ford Street Date photo taken 8th July 2001 Other Information At the edge of Ford street This culvert is the last time that Markeaton brook can be seen until it re appears into the river Derwent by Station Approach It travels underground to Bold lane the strand Victoria street and then emerges into the Derwent at Station Approach It used to emerge into the Derwent at the River Gardens but in the 1970 s it was diverted to Station Approach Photo Description Banks Mill Date photo taken 20th July 2001 Other Information This is one of many old mill buildings on Bridge street This one is Banks Mill which has been converted into a small business centre For more information click HERE Photo Description Old Rykneld Mill building Date photo taken 20th July 2001 Other Information This old steam powered cotton mill on Bridge street dates from the late 1700 s The building has been left to get into the state we see it in here Update In 2002 2003 this mill was converted to apartments known as Brookbridge Photo Description The Ram Pub Image Reference No DP 290701CITYWESTEND 18 Date photo taken 20th July 2001 Other Information This pub is located on the corner of Bridge street and Brook street Photo Description The Woodlark Pub Image Reference No DP 290701CITYWESTEND 19 Date photo taken 20th July 2001 Other Information This pub is located at 76 80 Bridge street Photo Description Seven Stars Pub Image Reference No DP 210601CITYWESTEND 20 Exact map location Click HERE Date photo taken 21st June

    Original URL path: http://www.derbyphotos.co.uk/areas_city/westend.htm (2016-02-09)
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  • Wilmorton, Derby, Derbyshire, England. - Photographs and history
    was built here which helped to bring a lot of trade to this area This canal was closed in 1964 but is now being restored to its former glory Photo Description View of Wimorton as you enter on London Road Image Reference No DP 220601WILMORTON 01 Date photo taken 22nd June 2001 Other Information This is the Alvaston end of Wilmorton on London road Photo Description Portland Hotel pub Image Reference No DP 220601WILMORTON 02 Date photo taken 22nd June 2001 Other Information This is the Portland Hotel It was built in 1884 Photo Description Wilmorton Primary school Image Reference No DP 220601WILMORTON 03 Date photo taken 22nd June 2001 Other Information This is Wilmorton Community primary school on London road This school was built in 1892 as a boarding school In 1967 the school bought the chapel next to the school this is now used as a dinning room and assembly hall Photo Description Wesleyan chapel Image Reference No DP 220601WILMORTON 04 Date photo taken 22nd June 2001 Other Information This is the Wesleyen chapel which closed in 1967 and was bought by the school It was built in 1901 Photo Description The Navigation pub Image Reference No DP 220601WILMORTON 05 Exact map location Click HERE Date photo taken 22nd June 2001 Other Information This is the Navigation pub it stands on ground which was next to the old Derby canal hence the name and was built in 1798 two years after the canal was opened Photo Description Parish church of Saint Osmund Image Reference No DP 220601WILMORTON 06 Date photo taken 22nd June 2001 Other Information This is Saint Osmund s church on London road It is located just before the old canal bridge heading towards Alvaston This church was built between 1903 1905 For more information about

    Original URL path: http://www.derbyphotos.co.uk/areas_p_z/wilmorton.htm (2016-02-09)
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  • Derbyshire Villages index on www.derbyphotos.co.uk - Photographs and information.
    photographer running this website strictly in my spare time it will probably take more than a lifetime to cover every single village in Derbyshire It is highly unlikely that I will be able to complete this task As I live in Derby the list will tend to include locations nearer to the City of Derby but as you can see there are several places listed which are at the extremes of the borders of Derbyshire such as the Hadfield in the north the place where the BBC TV series the League of Gentlemen was filmed and Swadlincote in the south If you would like to learn how the names of many Derbyshire villages came about then I would highly recommend a book Derbyshire Place Names In Old Photographs This book is a dictionary of place names their origins and their meanings including districts towns villages and hamlets together with notable buildings The book features numerous photographs nine of these images have been supplied by myself I am not on commission for sales of this book but if you would like to see my images in print then please buy it If the book sells well then a full colour version may be published Each village that I feature on my website will have some history as well as photos Some of the early villages that I featured on my site may not have many photographs But in time I will try and revisit these and update the pages with additional images All the locations on this page are in the county of Derbyshire places which are in the City of Derby are NOT in this list they have their own index on the main page If you have any additional information which you feel I have missed off any of

    Original URL path: http://www.derbyphotos.co.uk/derbyshire_villages.php (2016-02-09)
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  • Photographs of Leicestershire, England
    Moira NW Leicestershire England The Moira Furnace is a Iron furnace that was built in 1806 It was used as an Iron Furnace for just 2 years then it was converted into housing Photo Description Moira Furnace Exact Map Location Click HERE Date photo taken 30th September 2001 Other Information This Iron Furnace was built in 1806 and is located next to the Ashby canal It houses a exhibition centre Photo Description Moira Furnace and Canal Date photo taken 30th September 2001 Other Information This is the Ashby canal next to the furnace Photos of Kegworth Leicestershire England Photo Description Cottage restaurant Kegworth Date photo taken 3rd June 2001 Other Information This is the Cottage restaurant in Kegworth village Here you can dine in a thatched cottage 8 High street Kegworth village Click HERE for map location Photo Description Ye olde flying Horse Pub Kegworth Village Date photo taken 3rd June 2001 Other Information This is the main pub in the village In the top right of the picture you can see the back end of a 737 coming in to land This is very near to East Midlands Airport Photo Description River Soar Kegworth Date photo taken 3rd June 2001 Other Information This is the river soar with canal boats in the distance Photos of Breedon Leicestershire England Photo Description St Mary and St Hardulph church sign Date photo taken 10th June 2001 Other Information This is the sign outside the church at the top of Breedon on the hill As you can see this is a very old church Photo Description St Mary and St Hardulph Church Date photo taken 10th June 2001 Other Information This is St Mary and St Hardulph s church at the top of Breedon Hill This church is partly Norman and was once

    Original URL path: http://www.derbyphotos.co.uk/leicestershire/index.htm (2016-02-09)
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  • Photographs of Nottinghamshire, England
    great farm please visit their website by clicking HERE Photo Description Golden Pheasant Date photo taken 15th April 2001 Other Information This is one of the many great birds here Photo Description English Pheasant Date photo taken 15th April 2001 Other Information This is one of the many great birds here Photo Description Conures Date photo taken 15th April 2001 Other Information These birds are Conures The top one is a Patagonian Conure and the bottom one is a Green Conure Photo Description Young Golden Pheasant Date photo taken 15th April 2001 Other Information This is one of the many great birds here Photo Description Iguanas Date photo taken 15th April 2001 Other Information These are located in the reptile house Photo Description Hatchery Quail Hen Date photo taken 15th April 2001 Other Information There is a barn which is used for hatching eggs and rearing the chicks in while they are young Here you can watch them as they break open their shells In this photo you can see Quail eggs on the left Hens eggs on the right Photo Description Young Ducklings 1 Day old Date photo taken 15th April 2001 Other Information Here you can see the Ducklings at various stages of their developement Here they are only 1 day old this is why they are huddled around the lamp for warmth Photo Description Older Ducklings 2 Weeks old Date photo taken 15th April 2001 Other Information Here you can see the Ducklings at various stages of their developement Here they are 2 weeks old Photo Description Lop eared baby rabbits Date photo taken 15th April 2001 Other Information There is a barn which just has rabbits and guinea pigs in it These Lop eared baby rabbits are 5 weeks old Photo Description Angora rabbit Date photo

    Original URL path: http://www.derbyphotos.co.uk/nottinghamshire/index.htm (2016-02-09)
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  • Photographs of Staffordshire, England on www.derbyphotos.co.uk
    wheel in motion Date photo taken 29th July 2001 Other Information This is the water wheel in action Photo Description The flywheel inside the mill Date photo taken 29th July 2001 Other Information This flywheel is located on the end of the shaft that the wheel is attached to which then drives the vertical shaft which rotates two mill stones on the floor above Photo Description The mill stones Date photo taken 29th July 2001 Other Information This is the top of the shaft which drives the mill stone on the left The hopper to the left is in this case full of Barley grains Photo Description The view from the mill window Date photo taken 29th July 2001 Other Information This is the view from the top window looking over the river Churnet and the weir which was built to raise the level of the water to a sufficient height to drive the water wheel Photo Description The top of the wheel viewed from the mill window Date photo taken 29th July 2001 Other Information This is a view of the top of the water wheel taken from the top window Photos of Moorlands Farm Park Staffordshire England The Moorlands Farm Park is a rare breeds animal farm and is located at Ipstones edge in Stoke on Trent Here you can see a wide range of animals such as sheep Goats Ducks geese Donkey s Owls etc It is surrounded by great scenery and there is a Tea shop and Bed and Breakfast if you want to stay there It would make an ideal place to stop and visit the surrounding attractions such as Alton Towers Bakewell Buxton and Dove Dale This is a great place for both children and adults to visit Please give your support to this farm The recent foot and mouth problems in England have effected the amount of visitors to this farm This farm IS OPEN Telephone 01538 266479 for more information Photo Description Horses with moorland in background Date photo taken 29th July 2001 Other Information This is a view from the picnic area at the farm As you can see it is very nice countryside Photo Description Sheep with moorland in background Date photo taken 29th July 2001 Other Information This is a view from the bottom area of the farm Photo Description Peacock Date photo taken 29th July 2001 Other Information This is one of many birds you can see here Photo Description Falcon Date photo taken 29th July 2001 Other Information This is one of many birds you can see here Photo Description Two ducks and a cat Date photo taken 29th July 2001 Other Information These two ducks are obviously local characters as they keep following you around Very tame Also this very friendly cat called Emma seemed to tag along with them Here they are together next to the picnic table Photo Description Geese Date photo taken 29th July 2001 Other Information These are some of many birds

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  • Ticknall, Derbyshire, England - Photographs and History
    to the north of the road and the old limeyards to the south of it with the Ashby canal One famous resident of Ticknall was the late Mr Edward Moult of Scaddows farm know to millions as Ted Moult he became a popular figure known for the craze of pick your own Strawberry s and later on as the man who featured in the Everest double glazing Window adverts For a map of the local area click HERE For a aerial photo with overlayed map click HERE Photo Description Ticknall Tramway Bridge Image Reference No DP 160604TICKNALL 01 Date photo taken 16th June 2004 Other Information This bridge near the entrance to Calke Abbey was built in 1802 to carry the former Ticknall Tramway the village to the Ashby canal at Willesley Basin This tramway Bridge is a Grade II listed structure and a well know feature in Ticknall Photo Description Saint George s church Image Reference No DP 160604TICKNALL 02 Date photo taken 16th June 2004 Other Information This is Saint George s church which was built in 1842 and is dedicated to Sir George Crewe of Calke Abbey Designed by Derby architect Henry Isaac Stevens Most of the 4000 building costs were provided by Sir George The three light window is from the previous church see below Photo Description Remains of original church east window Image Reference No DP 160604TICKNALL 10 Date photo taken 16th June 2004 Other Information This three light window is one of only two bits of building work that remain of the original church dedicated to Thomas a Becket which was built in the 13th 14th Centuries The other ruin is the west tower located next to the path The new church is located 50 yards north of the original one Photo Description Dame Catherine Harpur s school Image Reference No DP 160604TICKNALL 11 Date photo taken 16th June 2004 Other Information This is the village school located on Rose Lane the three light ruins of the former church can be seen in the foreground Photo Description Medieval cross Image Reference No DP 160604TICKNALL 12 Date photo taken 16th June 2004 Other Information This very weathered cross is located in the church yard of Saint George s church It is most likely as old as the original church It may have been the market cross for the community connected with another function ancient village churchyards sometime performed If you know please get in touch Photo Description Ticknall Village hall Image Reference No DP 160604TICKNALL 03 Date photo taken 16th June 2004 Other Information This is Ticknall village hall the spire of Saint George s church can be seen in the background of the photo Photo Description Ticknall village view 1 Image Reference No DP 160604TICKNALL 04 Date photo taken 16th June 2004 Other Information This is a view of Main Street near the tramway arch Photo Description Ticknall village view 2 Image Reference No DP 160604TICKNALL 05 Date photo taken 16th June 2004 Other

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  • Derby forums - Find Derby ex-pats, Discuss Derbyshire issues, Find old friends, Review Ghost walks
    the Derby forums section of the site The Derby Forum is currently off line due to a major server upgrade Late Oct 2007 It will return soon with a different look Click the button below to goto the main index

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