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  • The Baseball Ground, Derby, Derbyshire - Photographs and History of the former DCFC ground
    bricks and twisted metal A real shame that the area is to be cleared and replaced with Walbrook Housing Association housing I m sure that Pride Park will capture as many memories for fans and players alike as the BBG but its going to be difficult to catch up with the Baseball ground I would like to thank Harbinder of Derby for the use of his black and White images on this page without which I would not be able to compile this page in the detail I have Maps For a local map of the former Baseball ground area click HERE For a aerial photo with overlayed map click HERE East Midlands Football Links Before Demolition Photo Description The Main stand Image Reference No DP 160703THEBBG 01 Date photo taken 16th July 2003 Other Information This is an external view of the Main stand on Shaftesbury Crescent as viewed from the end of Cambridge Street The corner roof of The Osmaston Stand can just be seen in the top left of this photo Photo Description The Directors entrance Image Reference No DP 160703THEBBG 02 Date photo taken 16th July 2003 Other Information This is the entrance that was used by the Directors and club officials Photo Description The Normanton stand Image Reference No DP 160703THEBBG 03 Date photo taken 16th July 2003 Other Information This is a wide shot of the Normanton Stand on Vulcan street Inside the former Baseball Ground All of the Black and White images in this section have been kindly provided by Harbinder Mann of Derby Photo Description The Normanton stand Image Reference No DP 051196THEBBGHM 12 Date photo taken 5th November 1996 Other Information This shot shows the rows of seating in the Normanton stand The Main stand can be seen ahead Photo Description The Osmaston stand Image Reference No DP 051196THEBBGHM 13 Date photo taken 5th November 1996 Other Information This shot shows the rows of seating in the Osmaston stand Photo Description The Toyota stand Image Reference No DP 051196THEBBGHM 14 Date photo taken 5th November 1996 Other Information This shot shows the rows of seating in the Toyota stand The Toyota stand was once know as the pop side The roof of the pop side had Offilers Ales logo on it was was removed in April 1969 when it was demolished The Osmaston stand can be seen ahead to the left of the scoreboard sign Photo Description The Normanton stand Image Reference No DP 051196THEBBGHM 15 Date photo taken 5th November 1996 Other Information This shot shows the rows of seating in the Normanton stand The Main stand can be seen ahead The managers dugout can be seen on the left here Photo Description The Goal Image Reference No DP 051196THEBBGHM 16 Date photo taken 5th November 1996 Other Information This shot shows the Osmaston stand viewed through the goal at the Normanton end Normanton Stand The stages of Demolition Photo Description The Normanton Stand going stage 1 Image Reference No

    Original URL path: http://www.derbyphotos.co.uk/special/the_bbg.htm (2016-02-09)
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  • 2008 Ashbourne Royal Shrovetide football - Photographs
    are three miles apart A goal is scored by a player striking the mill wheel three times with the Ball The ball may be kicked carried or thrown but generally proceeds in a series of hugs invisible to the spectator The game can last for many hours finishing well after dark The game starts at 2 o clock in the afternoon when a specially prepared ball larger than a football and filled with cork which weighs around 4lbs is thrown in by a visiting guest of honor The balls used for the Shrovetide games are made by Ashbourne man John Harrison The hand sewn leather balls are filled with cork chippings The balls are a work of art and take a few weeks to paint If the balls are goaled then it will become the proud possession of the person who has goaled it If no one goals it then the person that turned up the ball gets to take it home The game starts in the Shawcroft Carpark back of Somerfield supermarket Tuesdays game was turned up by David Wheatcroft Chief Executive of Derbyshire Dales District Council and was won by the Up Ards at 7 50pm scored by Stuart Leeman Wednesdays ball was turned up by Dave Mellor champion stock car racer and was won by the Up Ards again at 9 55pm scored by Matthew Burtonshaw Ashbourne Football Interactive mapping Click the thumbnail to the right to view a large interactive map of the game On this map I have highlighted the Henmore Brook which is where the two goals are located Also marked is the starting plinth and the Green Man hotel By using the Zoom controls and your mouse you can have a real good look around at the play area You can zoom in

    Original URL path: http://www.derbyphotos.co.uk/events/2008/february/ashbournefootball/index.htm (2016-02-09)
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  • 2007 Ashbourne Royal Shrovetide football - Photographs
    to suppress it over the years It has continued unabated ever since and by 1928 it had become so respectable that the then Prince of Wales was invited to start the game From that year on it was known as the Royal Shrovetide Football game The Game is played annually on Shrove Tuesday and Ash Wednesday and consists of two teams one from anyone born to the North of the River Henmore and one from people born South of the river these are known as Up ards and Down ards The Goals are on the sites of Old mills one at Clifton and one at Sturston these are three miles apart A goal is scored by a player striking the mill wheel three times with the Ball The ball may be kicked carried or thrown but generally proceeds in a series of hugs invisible to the spectator The game can last for many hours finishing well after dark The game starts at 2 o clock in the afternoon when a specially prepared ball larger than a football and filled with cork which weighs around 4lbs is thrown in by a visiting guest of honor The balls used for the Shrovetide games are made by Ashbourne man John Harrison The hand sewn leather balls are filled with cork chippings The balls are a work of art and take a few weeks to paint If the balls are goaled then it will become the proud possession of the person who has goaled it If no one goals it then the person that turned up the ball gets to take it home The game starts in the Shawcroft Carpark back of Somerfield supermarket Tuesdays game was turned up by the former High Sheriff of Derbyshire Robert Shields The Up ards won Tuesdays game

    Original URL path: http://www.derbyphotos.co.uk/events/2007/february/ashbournefootball/index.htm (2016-02-09)
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  • The Derby Friargate Line Route Map. (GNR Derbyshire and Staffordshire Extension)
    some old maps of the route I would estimate that I have the route marked correctly to within 5 metres along most of the line Large sections of the route have been or are being converted to cycle paths and walkways and adopted by Sustrans The GNR Derbyshire and Staffordshire Extension route or Derby Friar Gate Line as its often referred to locally was a back line that opened in 1878 and ran from Nottingham through Derby over Friar Gate Bridge and to Egginton where it joined the North Staffordshire Railway This line closed in 1964 and slowly taken apart but there are still plenty of reminders where the Friargate line once ran You can either view the whole Friar Gate route map and then zoom in on the sections of the line you want to see or you can use one of the Quick links I have provided below that will take you straight to points of interest such as railway stations At some points I have taken some 360 photographs which will allow you to have a look around If you have some photographs of the Friar Gate lin then please add them to my dedicated Friar Gate Line Flickr group Clicking one of these links will give you a zoomed in centered view Friar Gate Bridge Egginton Junction Far Western end of Friar Gate Line Egginton Railway Station Etwall Railway Station Mickleover Railway Station GNR Bonded Goods Depot Friargate Railway Station Derby Duke Street sidings Branch Andrew Handyside Co Handyside Bridge includes four 360 view and a film Breadsall Railway Station West Hallam railway station Ilkeston North Railway Station Morley Tunnel Bennerley Viaduct Awsworth Railway Station Kimberley East Railway Station Basford and Bulwell Railway Station Daybrook Railway Station Mapperley Tunnel Gedling Railway Station Netherfield Junction Far Easten

    Original URL path: http://www.derbyphotos.co.uk/features/friargatebridge/maps/index.htm (2016-02-09)
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  • Guest Photos -
    structure of the Guild Hall to ensure the public are safe The guildhall s weather vain is 27m above the market place The m e w p cherry picker was 44m so this offered some great views as you can see If you would like copies of these images please feel free to get in touch The photographs were taken with a Fuji Finepix E500 a Nikon Coolpix S2 and a Sony Ericsson K800i phone Photo selection To view large versions of any of the photographs below simply click on a thumbnail DP GUEST RGC 01 DP GUEST RGC 02 DP GUEST RGC 03 DP GUEST RGC 04 DP GUEST RGC 05 DP GUEST RGC 06 DP GUEST RGC 07 DP GUEST RGC 08 DP GUEST RGC 09 DP GUEST RGC 10 DP GUEST RGC 11 DP GUEST RGC 12 DP GUEST RGC 13 DP GUEST RGC 14 DP GUEST RGC 15 DP GUEST RGC 16 DP GUEST RGC 17 DP GUEST RGC 18 DP GUEST RGC 19 DP GUEST RGC 20 DP GUEST RGC 21 DP GUEST RGC 22 DP GUEST RGC 23 DP GUEST RGC 24 DP GUEST RGC 25 DP GUEST RGC 26 DP GUEST RGC 27

    Original URL path: http://www.derbyphotos.co.uk/guestphotos/rgc/index.htm (2016-02-09)
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  • Then and now photographs of Derby and Derbyshire by Andy Savage
    these well use these links here to get to other sets of photos Previous set of 5 photos Main index of Then and now photos More to come soon Thumbnail view The Now photo Details about the two photos used in each then and now presentation Click the thumbnail to view Photo Description Moorside Lane Holbrook Derbyshire Image Reference No DP TAN HOLBROOK1 131 Details This is a view of Moorside Lane in the village of Holbrook Derbyshire The view is Moorside Lane looking South I am standing with my back to Chapel Street I am not 100 happy with this shot as I need to tilt the front camera angle down so the land in the far horizon lines up But overall I like this shot as I have captured the house and road well Photo A taken 1915 Postcard Photo B taken 31st March 2006 Time elapsed 97 years Map Location Click HERE Click the thumbnail to view Photo Description Saint Helens House Derby Image Reference No DP TAN STHELENS 132 Details This is a view of St Helens House which is located on King Street near St Marys Church Saint Helens House was designed by Joseph Pickford and was completed in 1767 built for John Gisborne a wealthy Derby MP This building was used as Derby School from 1860 to 1966 In 1878 the Pearson Building was built on the left side of St Helens House to accommodate class rooms a large hall and dormitories Additional school buildings were then added in 1894 1901 The building is currently late 2007 being turned into a 50 bedroom boutique style hotel with 39 apartments in the grounds Photo A taken 1920 postcard Photo B taken 31st January 2007 Time elapsed 87 years Map Location Click HERE Bird s eye view photo HERE Click the thumbnail to view Photo Description Friar Gate Railway Line Derby Image Reference No DP TAN FRIARGATERAIL1 133 Details This is a view of the former Friar Gate Railway platform As you can see the scene has changed somewhat over time I had to wait until winter to be able to do this shot as there is so much vegetation here today that it was not possible for me to get suitable reference points You can see the old Bonded Goods warehouse in the background in both shots The platform edges can just about be made out still I m pleased with this one as it demonstrates just how much things can change if nature is allowed to move in Photo A taken 1959 Photo B taken 24th November 2006 Time elapsed 48 years Map Location Click HERE Bird s Eye photo HERE Click the thumbnail to view Photo Description Old White Horse pub Friar Gate Derby Derbyshire Image Reference No DP TAN FRIARGATERAIL2 134 Details This view shows the location of the former White Horse pub which was located at 96 Frair Gate At the time this pub was the oldest inn in Derby It

    Original URL path: http://www.derbyphotos.co.uk/thenandnow/page27.htm (2016-02-09)
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  • Derby Quiz
    Derby Derbyshire U K Write down your answers to each of the questions for each image and then click on the Answer button and see if you were correct If you are struggling to answer a question then click on the Clue button to get some help You can Bookmark this page in your favorites so you can return to it at a later date If you enjoyed my Quiz

    Original URL path: http://www.derbyphotos.co.uk/quiz/derby/questions_306_310.htm (2016-02-09)
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  • Derby Quiz
    start looking try and answer them without doing that All of the questions relate to places in the City of Derby Derbyshire U K Write down your answers to each of the questions for each image and then click on the Answer button and see if you were correct If you are struggling to answer a question then click on the Clue button to get some help You can Bookmark this page in your favorites so you can return to it at a later date If you enjoyed my Quiz then please leave some guestbook comments by clicking the contact link in the top right of this window Derby Photos Quiz Question 301 A Up until March 2007 where would you have seen this building B What happened to it during 2007 Derby Photos Quiz Question 302 A On which street in Derby would you find this old sign painted on the front of a house Derby Photos Quiz Question 303 A Where is this Derby Photos Quiz Question 304 A Here we can see an old postcard view of Derby taken in the 1950s 60s Whats the location Derby Photos Quiz Question 305 A Where near the city centre

    Original URL path: http://www.derbyphotos.co.uk/quiz/derby/questions_301_305.htm (2016-02-09)
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