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  • Old Photographs of Derby - Kathleen Garner
    dinner at British Celanese probably dating from the 1930s My mother Gertrude Trueman b 1915 is near the back directly in front of a tall lady with a white blouse To my mother s left is her friend Hilda who married Ron Tinsley whom she met when he came to Derby racecourse where he was a jockey He later worked for the Carriage and Wagon works Hilda continued to work

    Original URL path: http://www.derbyphotos.co.uk/oldphotos/kgc/index.htm (2016-02-09)
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  • Old Photographs of Derby and Derbyshire - Maurice Woodmansee
    where my father had a photgraphic studio and shop Its name is mounted in big letters on the wall above the shop window Above the shop two windows can be seen to have been blacked out One of them for darkroom photgraphic processing and the other for studio work Lighting in the studio was all artificial My father said that Bold Lane was the terminus for several bus routes in Derby and that the location of his shop and studio in relation to the bus terminus was important On rainy days or just waiting for a bus people would come to shelter in his doorway or just to look at the display in the window He would invite them into the shop and promote his business When the bus station moved to another part of Derby my father s business at the shop and studio declined so much that he closed it down I don t know the date of closure but I do remember having my photograph taken in his studio when I was a very young boy It must have been in the early 1930 s I was born in 1929 DP OLDMWC 02 A view taken from the rear window of the shop and studio in Bold Lane It shows flooding which I was told was due to the under road channel which carried the Markeaton Brook through Derby being blocked by a tree DP OLDMWC 03 About 1937 A photo of 8 Mount Street Derby taken by my father It is my sister who is standing in the front garden She was Betty Woodmansee born in 1920 subsequently married Ron Tolley lived in Rugby and died in 2005 The family lived in this house at 8 Mount Street until early 1938 when we moved next door

    Original URL path: http://www.derbyphotos.co.uk/oldphotos/mwc/index.htm (2016-02-09)
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  • www.derbyphotos.co.uk - Broadband Enhanced - Time-lapse videos
    can view it by double clicking on the icon on your desktop RIGHT CAPTION Right Click with mouse here FGCOLOR slategray TEXTCOLOR yellow BGCOLOR black CAPCOLOR white BORDER 1 onMouseOut return nd Right mouse click above and select Save target as and save to hard disk to view Then browse to somewhere suitable on your hard disk such as Desktop and click the save button Once it has downloaded you can view it by double clicking on the icon on your desktop RIGHT CAPTION Right Click with mouse here FGCOLOR slategray TEXTCOLOR yellow BGCOLOR black CAPCOLOR white BORDER 1 onMouseOut return nd Title Derby to Matlock Bath by car Image Reference DP 260702 BBE TLV 04 Filming Date 26th July 2002 File size 14 5Mb takes about 3 mins with a 600Kbps connection Playback 1 min 59 secs 5fps Description The journey from Derby City centre to Matlock Bath as viewed from the front of car Note that I filmed this before cars were banned from driving through the town centre The journey starts on Reginald Street in Derby and ends at the Railway station car park in Matlock Bath Then browse to somewhere suitable on your hard disk such as Desktop and click the save button Once it has downloaded you can view it by double clicking on the icon on your desktop RIGHT CAPTION Right Click with mouse here FGCOLOR slategray TEXTCOLOR yellow BGCOLOR black CAPCOLOR white BORDER 1 onMouseOut return nd Right mouse click above and select Save target as and save to hard disk to view Then browse to somewhere suitable on your hard disk such as Desktop and click the save button Once it has downloaded you can view it by double clicking on the icon on your desktop RIGHT CAPTION Right Click with mouse here FGCOLOR slategray TEXTCOLOR yellow BGCOLOR black CAPCOLOR white BORDER 1 onMouseOut return nd Title Elvaston Castle walk Image Reference DP 091003 BBE TLV 08 Filming Date 9th October 2003 File size 11 1Mb Playback 42 secs 10fps Description This is a time lapse video of a walk starting at the gates on the A6 walking right through them and down the long stretch towards the Golden Gates Again passing through the gates and onto the Castle Veering to the right and around the front of the castle and onto the lake to see the Canada Geese This is a rather odd clip as you are able to travel between the bars of locked gates At times the journey seems to be flimed on a motorbike as its so fast and jumpy The filming time was 40 mins Then browse to somewhere suitable on your hard disk such as Desktop and click the save button Once it has downloaded you can view it by double clicking on the icon on your desktop RIGHT CAPTION Right Click with mouse here FGCOLOR slategray TEXTCOLOR yellow BGCOLOR black CAPCOLOR white BORDER 1 onMouseOut return nd Right mouse click above and select Save target

    Original URL path: http://www.derbyphotos.co.uk/broadband/timelapse/index.htm (2016-02-09)
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  • How to put a Derbyshire Webcam online, My easy to follow guide.
    select detect webcam pick your cam from the list hopefully My cam shows as Logitech QuickCam Pro 4000 The preview window should now show a live camera image Its worth noting that the webcam may default to a low resolution mode when you first try it My webcam starts in 320x240 mode this can be increased to 640x480 by going to Settings Device format control and changing it to 640x480 see example and increasing it here I would recommend that you have a play with the software to see what you think of it The software allows you to run the webcam in four different ways depending on what you want to do These are enabled simply by clicking on one of the buttons in the main panel So what are these different options File this is not an option that will be used for a webcam 1 ftp This option allows you to upload a single jpg image to a website at regular intervals 2 Http This offers a web page view of a single jpg image viewers connect directly with your pc 3 Stream This option offers an almost real time streaming video of your webcam Viewers connect directly with your pc 4 Motion is something you can use as an intruder detection system and not an option you would use for a village webcam It is possible to activate all of these options at the same time they will all function simultaneously The great thing about this software is that it allows you to try out the different options and test them within seconds By going to the Help drop down menu and selecting Am I online it will perform a check live to see if your webcam can be viewed You can then goto the Help drop down menu and click What s my URL and it will list the web address that you need to supply to anyone you want to be able to view your webcam If you use a router on your broadband internet modem then it will even list the web addresses to use to view it from inside your local network If you use a broadband router then you may need to alter the settings to allow connections to be forwarded through it as detailed in the help pages and the forum www yawcam com help routerconfig If your router supports UPnP then its simplest if you log onto your routers admin page read your manual for the router this normally means using a web browser and typing in the routers address into the address bar as numbers and ensure it is UPNP enabled See example the yawcam software has an option in the Settings panel Connection Use UPNP to open up ports on router If you tick this then the webcam will work without having to manually forward ports etc There are many options in yawcam which I have not even tried yet Options to allow the program to start

    Original URL path: http://www.derbyphotos.co.uk/webcams/webcam_how_to_guide.htm (2016-02-09)
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  • 2005 Bonnie Prince - Photographs
    through the centre of Derby towards the grass area in front of the Silk Mill see HERE for map location Photo selection To view large versions of any of the photographs below simply click on a thumbnail DP 041205BPCRD 001 DP 041205BPCRD 002 DP 041205BPCRD 003 DP 041205BPCRD 004 DP 041205BPCRD 005 DP 041205BPCRD 006 DP 041205BPCRD 007 DP 041205BPCRD 008 DP 041205BPCRD 009 DP 041205BPCRD 010 DP 041205BPCRD 011

    Original URL path: http://www.derbyphotos.co.uk/events/2005/december/bonnieprince_dc/index.htm (2016-02-09)
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  • Old Photographs of original Exeter Bridge, Derby and Derbyshire - Stella Van der Gucht
    which would make it the winter of 1896 1897 He is holding the hand of his father John Bancroft My mother was always told as a child that it was a special occasion when the river froze over John Bancroft 1844 When the river photograph was taken John Bancroft aged 50 was living with his second wife and son in Siddals Road The studio photograph shows him as a younger man He had a butchers shop in Siddals Road and also traded in Derby Market Hall As a child he had lived in Abbey Street where his father Garvis was also a butcher A few years after this photograph was taken the family moved from Siddals Road and he became the Innkeeper of the Bridge Inn in Duffield He kept the Market hall business Later he became the hotel proprietor of the White Hart in Duffield His obituary reads We regret to announce that Mr John Bancroft one of the best known sportsman in Derby and district passed away at his residence at the White Hart this morning after a long illness In years gone by the deceased was a prominent sportsman and it can truly be said of him that he gloried in his rod and gun He was an expert angler and in addition to winning numerous competions he landed many a big fish one of which was the largest caught in local waters for many years and which he had preserved in a glass case and counted amongst his most valued possessions He was also a crack shot and triumphed innumerable pigeon matches amongst competitors who had achieved fame at this sport and at one time he was such a deadly shot that he seldom missed a bird The fish in a glass case was given to Derby museum Reginald Gostelow Bancroft 1892 1971 The little boy having a walk with his father and his dog grew up to somehow survive the first world war He was a grenadier guard and never spoke about his experiences All his working life Reg was a butcher in the Market Hall In later years he specialised in different kinds of sausages Customers could buy Bancrofts Best Beef Sausages He played cricket for Derby Wednesday a team of tradesmen who played on early closing day He lived with his family first in Norfolk Street moving to Ferrers Way Allestree and later Chatsworth Avenue The business was sold in the early sixties when he retired to Sufflok The river photograph has always been treasured by the family and thought to be important I am very grateful to Andy for finding out so much about the photograph and saving it for future generations Here are my detailed descriptions for the photographs DP OLDSVDGC 01 is the full original photograph The photo was taken looking over a frozen river Derwent looking at the angle of view it may well of been taken from the long bridge see a then and now photo of the

    Original URL path: http://www.derbyphotos.co.uk/oldphotos/svdgc/ (2016-02-09)
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  • Photograph viewing window - www.derbyphotos.co.uk
    Netscape 8 then you can increase the viewing window size by pressing F11 If the photo fails to show please close this window and try again This popup will vanish in 8 seconds This image viewer will auto close in 60 seconds If you are using a tabbed browser such as Opera 8 Netscape 8 then you can increase the viewing window size by pessing F11 Optimised for 1024x768 screen

    Original URL path: http://www.derbyphotos.co.uk/merchandise/2006/winning_pics_on_show.htm (2016-02-09)
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  • Bryan Adams Concert, Kedleston Hall, Derbyshire - Photos by Andy Savage.
    returning for several encores He played all the well known hits such as Back to you Summer of 69 Cuts like a knife Everything I do etc etc He even had a go at improvising that track Crazy by Gnarls Barkely During the concert there were several people playing golf on the other side of the lake oblivious to what was happening Bryan decided to talk to them and they stopped playing and watched the concert from the lake side At one point he asked if a member of the crowd would jump into the water for him and sure enough someone called Richard did just that Bryan invited the guy onto the stage and he got a backstage pass and a T Shirt After this he picked a girl from the crowd to sing Baby when your gone with him He picked Kate Ash from Staffordshire They sang together as though she was a professional see video clip below When he started one song he asked everyone to wave their mobile phones what a strange thing to see thousands of phones held aloft instead of cigarette lighters My camera battery had died at this point so could not take a photo When the concert ended a lot of people remained sitting down as they knew the traffic was going to be bad getting out of the park It took over a hour to get out of the park so chance to buy a tour t shirt I took some small video clips at this concert as well Watch them if you have broadband on www youttube com using the links here 1 Man jumping in River 2 Kate Ash helping Bryan out with Baby When you re gone 3 Keith Scott Guitar solo 4 Summer of 69 5 Reamonn

    Original URL path: http://www.derbyphotos.co.uk/events/2006/july/bryanadams/index.htm (2016-02-09)
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