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  • Example of Local Live running in Firefox at 1280x1024

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    Original URL path: /mapping/1280x1024example.html (2016-02-09)

  • Webcams for Staffordshire. See live images and video from around Staffordshire. See what the weather is like now. is it snowing right now?
    of the local area Just think of the great English scenery that we all take for granted because we live here wouldn t it be great to share that with the world Come on let s put Staffordshire on the webcam map Are you aware just how easy it is to put a webcam online Just to prove how easy it was I tried it my self and was surprised just how simple it was to get a streaming webcam of the bird table in my garden up and running Read my easy to follow how to guide on how to setup your own webcam for your area Staffordshire webcam list Here is a list of current webcams I have found for you that feature content from within the county of Staffordshire For each webcam I have listed what type of webcam footage it offers and if you need to install a Browser plug in to view them If you find any of the webcams are dead then please let me know so I can take them off my list If you find any links contain unsuitable content then contact the owner of the website not me Please note The viewing of webcams by children should always be supervised by a responsible parent You should not allow your children to view webcam sites unattended As these webcam sources are provided by other people they are out of the control of www derbyphotos co uk so please bare this in mind Below is my list of local Staffordshire webcams hope you enjoy them Get in touch if I have missed any Staffordshire Webcams The following webcams are in Staffordshire Click to view webcam Webcam Location High street Burton upon Trent Staffordshire Webcam type Static Still images only 640x480 pixels dial up ok Plug ins needed No browser plug ins needed to view this webcam Updates Offers a live image updated every 30 seconds 7 days a week More info This is a static camera located in Burton town centre and provides a view of the infamous Burton Bollard iPhone compatibility This webcam works ok on an iPhone Webcam kindly provided by Smith Partnership Solicitors Click to view webcam Webcam Location Leek North Staffordshire Webcam type Streaming moving image broadband needed Plug ins needed Java runtime needed to view this webcam Updates Offers a streaming live image as a series of images 7 days a week More info This is a static camera located in the town of Leek It gives a nice view looking towards the Nicholson War Memorial This streaming webcam is excellent as it provides you with many viewing options such as the size of the capture from 192x144 pixels to 640x480 many different refresh rates Also has MPEG 4 video streaming Have a play with the controls on the left to see what they do The Nicholson War Memorial has its own website if you would like to learn more about it iPhone compatibility This webcam works ok

    Original URL path: http://www.derbyphotos.co.uk/webcams/staffordshire/index.htm (2016-02-09)
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  • Photographs of Severe weather in Derby and Derbyshire - Photographs.
    floodwater coming down the road As you can see the water is jetting out of the manhole covers in the road ahead I have not seen rain as heavy as this in a long time Photo Description Flood at Bottom of Abbey street Derby Date photo taken 16th August 2001 Image Reference No DP 160801WEATHER 02 Other Information Close up of road fountains Photo Description Flood at Eastgate Derby Date photo taken 8th November 2000 Image Reference No DP 081100WEATHER 03 Other Information This is Eastgate underpass with someone s car under water This is in the direction of Derby As you would see it from the Nottingham direction of Eastgate Photo Description Flood at Eastgate Derby Date photo taken 8th November 2000 Image Reference No DP 081100WEATHER 04 Other Information This is Eastgate underpass This lane must have about 14 foot of water in it If you were traveling from Nottingham on the A52 this flooded lane is where you would go through and under to get to St Alkmunds way into the City Photo Description Flood at Darwin Place Derby Date photo taken 8th November 2000 Image Reference No DP 081100WEATHER 05 Other Information This is Darwin Place entrance to the car park as you can see someone has tried to park their car and not quite managed it Photo Description Willington bridge in flood Date photo taken 27th January 2002 Image Reference No DP 270102WEATHER 06 Other Information This is a road that runs near by the bridge as you can see driving a car down here is not a good idea while the river Trent is like this Photo Description River Trent in flood at Willington bridge Date photo taken 27th January 2002 Image Reference No DP 270102WEATHER 07 Other Information This shot was taken from

    Original URL path: http://www.derbyphotos.co.uk/special/weather.htm (2016-02-09)
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  • 2006 Ashbourne Royal Shrovetide football - Photographs
    Century various attempts were made 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 This year the weather was great normally it rains but this Tuesday it was bright

    Original URL path: http://www.derbyphotos.co.uk/events/2006/february/ashbournefootball/index2.htm (2016-02-09)
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  • Tour of Britain 2005, Derby - Photographs of the event
    called the Milk Race The Tour of Britain involves just under 100 top riders including British Olympic triple medallist Bradley Wiggins The riders take part in five stages The photos I have taken here were in the third stage For more info on the race please visit the official site HERE Photo selection To view large versions of any of the photographs below simply click on a thumbnail DP 020905TOB05

    Original URL path: http://www.derbyphotos.co.uk/events/2005/september/tourofbritain/index.htm (2016-02-09)
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  • 2005 Derby Carnival - Photographs
    West Indian Community Association The parade started at Pear Tree infant school on Pear Tree street and proceeded along Portland street then onto St Thomas road Pear Tree Road and up Normaton Road towards town and the Market Place This was the first time I have seen this carnival and I was very impressed by the whole thing The colourful costumes were amazing and I loved the music The streets along the route were filled with spectators Most of the photos on this page were taken near the start of the parade The 2012 Derby Carnival parade will take place on Saturday July 21st 2012 for full details including a detailed procession route map Derby carnival 2012 Photo selection To view large versions of any of the photographs below simply click on a thumbnail DP 160705CARNIV 01 DP 160705CARNIV 01 DP 160705CARNIV 03 DP 160705CARNIV 04 DP 160705CARNIV 05 DP 160705CARNIV 06 DP 160705CARNIV 07 DP 160705CARNIV 08 DP 160705CARNIV 09 DP 160705CARNIV 10 DP 160705CARNIV 11 DP 160705CARNIV 12 DP 160705CARNIV 13 DP 160705CARNIV 14 DP 160705CARNIV 15 DP 160705CARNIV 16 DP 160705CARNIV 17 DP 160705CARNIV 18 DP 160705CARNIV 19 DP 160705CARNIV 20 DP 160705CARNIV 21 DP 160705CARNIV 22

    Original URL path: http://www.derbyphotos.co.uk/events/2005/july/caribcarnival/index.htm (2016-02-09)
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  • 2005 Wedding of Dr Samuel Johnson re-enactment
    acted out by Dave and Christina Morley the Vicar is Peter Elliott alias the Reverend Lockett The wedding re enactment took place in the Johnson Chapel This event took place on Saturday July 16th at 11 15 am This year the Derby Choristers from Derby Cathedral were present at the event So who was Dr Samuel Johnson If you have watched the well known BBC TV comedy series Black Adder the Third there is an episode called Ink Incapability which features Dr Johnson played by Robbie Coltrane In the episode Dr Samual Johnson asks Prince George for support of his dictionary but it accidentally gets used for firewood by the brainless Baldrick Edmund Blackadder tries to rewrite it before Dr Johnson finds out This is a classic episode and well worth viewing again if you have not seen it for some time Back to reality Dr Johnson is best remembered as the compiler of the first comprehensive English Dictionary Born in Lichfield Staffordshire in 1709 he began to earn a living as a journalist and critic whilst working on plays poetry and biographies Johnson began a dictionary of the English language in 1747 but did not finish it until 1755

    Original URL path: http://www.derbyphotos.co.uk/events/2005/july/samuel_johnson/index.htm (2016-02-09)
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  • 2005 Aston on Trent Well Dressings - Photographs
    annual event takes place in Aston on Trent which is located in South Derbyshire 6 miles SE of Derby 2 miles from Shardlow Separated from Leicestershire by the river Photo selection To view large versions of any of the photographs below simply click on a thumbnail DP 100705ASTWELL 01 DP 100705ASTWELL 02 DP 100705ASTWELL 03 DP 100705ASTWELL 04 DP 100705ASTWELL 05 DP 100705ASTWELL 06 DP 100705ASTWELL 07 DP 100705ASTWELL 08

    Original URL path: http://www.derbyphotos.co.uk/events/2005/july/astonwelldress/index.htm (2016-02-09)
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