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  • Derby Canal Route Map
    bridge over it remains in place Some markers have links to 360 degree views of the at location Some of the markers I have placed in my map have small photographs in them click on them to view a larger version These photographs were taken by Flickr photographers If YOU have any photographs of things along this route that I have not included then please get in touch so I can add them IF you can help please join my Derby Canal Flickr Group I have put a lot of time and effort into making sure my Derby Canal route path and markers are correctly positioned but in some areas I may be off slightly please let me know if this is the case In those areas where there was no clear route using the Satellite map I had to guess by using bridges either side for reference combined with some old maps of the route I hope you find my Derby Canal Route map of interest perhaps you will learn something from it that you did not know before You can either view the whole Derby Canal System map and then zoom in on the sections of the canal

    Original URL path: http://www.derbyphotos.co.uk/features/derbycanal/maps/ (2016-02-09)
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  • Holbrook & Makeney, Derbyshire, England - Photographs and History
    Road is a traditional village shop Smiths Stores with jars of sweets and the like Holbrook Football Club was formed in 1996 the club uses the facilities of the Holbrook Miners Welfare Shaw Lane as it headquarters with the Welfare being the clubs main sponsor There is also Saint Michael s football club Dead Poets Inn was built in 1879 originally it was called The Cross Keys There are four roads which lead to Holbrook they are to the south west Red Lane which goes to Makeney Port way to the south east which connects to Derby Road B6179 To the east Shaw Lane which leads to Milford To the north is Belper Road which takes you to Bargate In March 2004 David Tizard set up the Funfair Brewing Company which Started brewing at the Wheel Inn Chapel Street Holbrook The pub was sold in December 2004 to punch pubs so David has since resited his brewery company elsewhere Two Romano British pottery kilns were discovered in the 1960 s one on Red Lane and one on Port way where the well known Derbyshire ware of Denby pottery was produced way back in the 3rd century The Gaslight Gallery DP 180205HOLBR 18 21 on Town Street was once owned by Charles Forster now his wife runs it Charles was a very talented potter and specialised in models of trams trains toilets and tarts and houses So the scene above the entrance to the shop photo 20 is a bit of a mixture of the tart on the chaise longue trains trams some houses and if you look carefully a little bloke sitting on toilet reading a paper in the bottom right He was the resident holbrook historian The building which is built in brick with white brick features used to be R M Bailey s grocer s shop Above the entrance to the building is a intricately decorated scene made of pottery this added in mid 2004 by Charles Forster and was probably about the last piece of pottery that he produced as he sadly died shortly after it s completion William Hazlewood founder of Hazelwood pickles was born in Holbrook in 1883 For a map of the local area click HERE For a aerial photo with overlayed map click HERE I would like to thank Ina Buckland Tony Flint Gloria Smith and Jill Sharpe for providing bits of historical information for this page If you have Broadband then you may like to watch a Video of Holbrook Derbyshire DP 180205HOLBR 10 14 shows some cottages on Church street DP 180205HOLBR 11 shows the Potterills Alms Houses on Church Street DP 180205HOLBR 12 shows view looking up Town Street DP 180205HOLBR 13 shows view looking up Mellor s Lane DP 180205HOLBR 17 is Holbrook Arkwright Parish hall which is currently raising funds to be rebuilt DP 180205HOLBR 23 24 shows Saint Michael s church DP 180205HOLBR 26 shows view from churchyard looking down Church Lane DP 180205HOLBR 27 shows a

    Original URL path: http://www.derbyphotos.co.uk/areas_a_h/holbrook.htm (2016-02-09)
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  • Windley, Derbyshire, England - Photographs & History
    photos have loaded before you click on one Photos of Windley Derbyshire England Windley is a very tiny village located on the edge of the Peak District near Turnditch on the B5023 road Windley hall is the first major building that you see as you enter the village from the B5023 down Windley lane In the grounds of the hall is The Old Cheese Factory which was originally a 17th century malt house but is now a rather nice looking luxury holiday home which you can stay in The village consists mainly of farms which are spread out from the main road I would say there can be no more than about 30 houses here So its a very quiet place to live For a map of the area showing the location of Windley with respect to Derby click HERE For a map of Windley click HERE For an aerial photo map click HERE Photo Description Windley view Image Reference No DP 291102WINDLEY 01 Date photo taken 29th November 2002 Other Information This photo was taken on Windley lane B5024 heading into the village from the B5023 end On the right side of the road runs a fast flowing brook which makes its way to the River Ecclesbourne The entrance on the right here is to Windley Hall and the Cheese Factory Photo Description Windley Baptist Chapel Image Reference No DP 291102WINDLEY 02 Date photo taken 29th November 2002 Other Information This little chapel is Windley Baptist chapel Not sure how old it is as there is no date inscribed on it Do you know Photo Description Windley view 2 Image Reference No DP 291102WINDLEY 03 Date photo taken 29th November 2002 Other Information This is the most populated part of the village where most of the houses are located

    Original URL path: http://www.derbyphotos.co.uk/areas_p_z/windley.htm (2016-02-09)
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  • Queens visit to Derby Cathedral Centre 2003, Derbyshire, England - Photographs
    s Gate opposite the Cathedral The project to renovate 18 19 Irongate into the Derby Cathedral Centre was part financed by the European Regional Development Fund and Onyx Environmental Trust Derby was awarded approximately 10 million pounds in 2001 through the DCP delivery mechanism of an Action Plan in the city Over the period 2002 to 2003 the Cathedral plus appeal focused raising money to renovate 18 19 Irongate an 18th Century Grade II listed building located opposite the Cathedral to create a Visitor Centre Work on the new centre began in January 2003 The Centre opened to the public in September 2003 and on the 14th November her Majesty officially opened it After her tour of the Centre she was whisked away to her next Derbyshire visit of the day which is Chesterfield Market For further information on Derby Cathedral please visit their web site www derbycathedral org Photo Description Derby Cathedral awaits her majesty Image Reference No DP 141103QUEENCATH 12 Date photo taken 14th November 2003 Other Information This is Derby Cathedral standing in splendor as it awaits the arrival of her majesty the Queen of England This is the Cathedral as viewed from the corner where the Cathedral Centre is located Photo Description People on top of the Cathedral Image Reference No DP 141103QUEENCATH 01 Date photo taken 14th November 2003 Other Information Security was very high as her majesty arrived As you can see here There were several people keeping a lookout from the top of the Cathedral during her visit Photo Description Crowds await the Queen Image Reference No DP 141103QUEENCATH 02 Exact Map location Click HERE Date photo taken 14th November 2003 Other Information The area around the Cathedral and Visitor centre was cordoned off Hundreds of people turned out to greet her majesty Here you can see some of the people waiting for her to arrive This was the view on the corner of St Mary s gate and Iron gate outside the Vida bar Photo Description Preparation for the arrival of her majesty Image Reference No DP 141103QUEENCATH 03 Date photo taken 14th November 2003 Other Information Now there are only minutes left to go before her majesty arrives Just a few minutes left to prepare Photo Description Her majesty arrives outside the Cathedral 1 Image Reference No DP 141103QUEENCATH 04 Date photo taken 14th November 2003 Other Information The moment everyone has been waiting for has finally arrived The three car cortège arrives escorted by police outriders on motorbikes Photo Description Her majesty arrives outside the Cathedral 2 Image Reference No DP 141103QUEENCATH 05 Date photo taken 14th November 2003 Other Information The crowd goes mad waving union jack flags and cheering as the Golden Jubilee Bentley finally comes to rest The Bentley was designed by Dirk van Braeckel Crispin Marshfield and built at Bentley s factory in Crewe it took two years to complete Photo Description Her majesty is welcomed to Derby Image Reference No DP 141103QUEENCATH 06 Date photo

    Original URL path: http://www.derbyphotos.co.uk/special/queencathedral2003.htm (2016-02-09)
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  • Broadband Enhanced - 360 degree photos of Derby and Derbyshire menu
    II 800MHz Browser Spec Java runtime installed Internet Broadband connection speed 512K Browser Microsoft Internet Explorer V6 Screen Resolution 1024 x 768 24 32bit colour PC Spec Pentium IV 2GHz Browser Spec Java runtime installed IMPORTANT NOTE If all you get is a blank screen with a red cross in the corner then you don t have Java installed If you have this problem simply download and install the free java runtime program from HERE Test area Below you should be able to see TWO small photos which look the same as each other The one on the RIGHT is a 360 degree view and has been displayed using a Java Applet if you can see it try dragging the viewpoint using the mouse If this works then your computer is ready for viewing the large full screen versions Click one of the area selection links below to continue Note All of the full screen version viewers can be closed by clicking on the Traditional photo Fixed view This small photo should also be seen on the right If you can see the above photo try dragging the viewpoint with the mouse to look around Please select which area you

    Original URL path: http://www.derbyphotos.co.uk/broadband/360/index.htm (2016-02-09)
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  • Alport Heights, Derbyshire, England - Photographs and History
    wait until all the thumbnail photos have loaded before you click on one Photos of Alport Heights Derbyshire In the Amber Valley Alport is a very small quiet and attractive Peak District village in Derbyshire situated just off the B5023 road This is a popular destination with cyclists and walkers It offers a great view over many miles around The road upto Alport Heights is very narrow and bendy so you have to take your time Photo Description Alport Stone view 1 Image Reference No DP 040603ALPOR 04 Exact Map location Click HERE Date photo taken 4th June 2003 Photo Description Alport Stone view 2 Image Reference No DP 040603ALPOR 05 Exact Map location Click HERE Date photo taken 4th June 2003 Photo Description Alport Stone view 3 Image Reference No DP 040603ALPOR 06 Exact Map location Click HERE Date photo taken 4th June 2003 Other Information This shows an old stone sign in the forground with the old fashioned spelling of Ashbourne Photo Description Alport Stone view 4 Image Reference No DP 040603ALPOR 07 Exact Map location Click HERE Date photo taken 4th June 2003 Photo Description Alport Stone 5 Image Reference No DP 210702ALPOR 01 Exact Map location

    Original URL path: http://www.derbyphotos.co.uk/areas_a_h/alport.htm (2016-02-09)
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  • Aston-on-Trent, Derbyshire, England - Photographs and History
    to ask then use the link top right Please wait until all the thumbnail photos have loaded before you click on one Photos of Aston on Trent Derbyshire Aston on Trent is located in South Derbyshire 6 miles SE of Derby 2 miles from Shardlow Separated from Leicestershire by the river It is an unspoilt village and was inhabited long before the Saxons named it East Farm as witness the recently discovered wrist guard of a bronze age archer Photo Description The Green Image Reference No DP 310502ASTON 01 Map location Click HERE Date photo taken 31st May 2002 Other Information This area is the Green and it is located on Derby road Photo Description Weston Road view Image Reference No DP 310502ASTON 02 Date photo taken 31st May 2002 Other Information This is a view of Weston Road looking from the Derby road junction Photo Description The White Hart pub Image Reference No DP 310502ASTON 03 Date photo taken 31st May 2002 Other Information The White Hart pub is located on Derby Road near Aston on Trent post office Photo Description All Saints Church Image Reference No DP 310502ASTON 04 Exact Map location Click HERE Date photo taken 31st

    Original URL path: http://www.derbyphotos.co.uk/areas_a_h/aston_on_trent.htm (2016-02-09)
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  • Repton, Derbyshire, England - Photographs & History
    s church King Ethelbald s bones were entombed in this crypt in AD757 King Wiglaf in 840 and his grandson St Wystan in 850 It is one of the oldest intact buildings in England Photo Description Steps to Saxon Crypt Image Reference No DP 270604REPTON 18 Date photo taken 27th June 2004 Other Information These ancient steps down to the crypt have been worn down by the thousands of medieval pilgrams Photo Description One of the windows in St Wystan s church Image Reference No DP 021201REPTON 04 Date photo taken 2nd December 2001 Other Information This is one of the very ornate stained glass windows in Saint Wystan s church Photo Description Boot Hill Repton Image Reference No DP 100601REPTON 05 Date photo taken 10th June 2001 Other Information This is The Cross Market cross in the centre of Repton village If you take the left turn as you head towards the cross you will see the Brook Farm Tea Rooms on your left at the bottom of the hill Photo Description Boot Hill Repton Image Reference No DP 160901REPTON 06 Date photo taken 16th September 2001 Other Information This is a closer view of the cross in the centre of Repton village This is a roundabout for cars To look at an immersive interactive panoramic photograph taken from the road here Visit my Virtual reality photos page by clicking HERE Photo Description Repton school Image Reference No DP 160901REPTON 07 Date photo taken 16th September 2001 Other Information This is the 12th century arch to Repton school Sir John Port incorporated some of the surviving buildings into Repton school which was founded in 1556 The film Goodbye Mr Chips was filmed here For more information on Repton school click HERE Photo Description Repton School Image Reference No DP

    Original URL path: http://www.derbyphotos.co.uk/areas_p_z/repton.htm (2016-02-09)
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