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  • Old Photographs of Derby by Steve Hempsall
    working in the Rail Industry in Derby Most are views that were taken from buildings that he was working in at the time I would like to thank him for supplying them to me so we can all share the old memories If you have some old photographs of Derby or the suburbs and would be willing to let me borrow them to scan in and put on this web site then let me know They must be YOUR photographs and NOT copies from books or copyrighted productions All images www derbyphotos co uk If you have any comments for the guest book or questions to ask then click HERE Please wait until all the thumbnail photos have loaded before you click on one Photo Description London Road Derby Image Reference No DP OLDSHCOL 01 Approx Date of photo 1998 Other Information View looking towards the Railway Technical Centre on London road Photo Description Northcliffe House Derby Image Reference No DP OLDSHCOL 02 Approx Date of photo 1984 Other Information Northcliffe House Summer Photo Description Northcliffe House 2 Derby Image Reference No DP OLDSHCOL 03 Approx Date of photo 1984 Other Information Northcliffe House Winter Photo Description S Shop Derby

    Original URL path: http://www.derbyphotos.co.uk/oldphotos/shc/index.htm (2016-02-09)
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  • Old Photographs of Derby by Graham Walker
    YOUR photographs and NOT copies from books or copyrighted productions All images www derbyphotos co uk If you have any comments for the guest book or questions to ask then click HERE Please wait until all the thumbnail photos have loaded before you click on one The first Trolley bus in Derby ran in 1932 and the last one in 1967 on Osmaston Park Road this selection of images show them in their final year of operation in Derby the day after the motor buses took over and the trolley routes were abandoned The very last Trolley bus to run in Derby was service number 236 on 9th September 1967 Photo Description A Trolley bus and two motor buses in the Market place Image Reference No DP OLDGWCOL 01 Date of photo September 1967 Other Information This scene shows a double decker Trolley bus in the foreground and two motor buses behind it waiting at the Market Place Derby You can also see the entrance to the underground toilets which used to be located about where today s water feature is Photo Description Derby Trolley buses in the Market place 2 Image Reference No DP OLDGWCOL 02 Date of photo September 1967 Other Information This scene shows the number 60 Trolley bus to Shelton Lock in the background is the original Assembly rooms with scaffolding around it It was damaged by fire in 1963 and demolished in 1972 The front of which now can be seen at Crich Tramway museum Photo Description Derby Trolley bus on Normanton Road Image Reference No DP OLDGWCOL 03 Date of photo September 1967 Other Information This Trolley bus is near the top of Normanton Road where it meets Charnwood street The bingo hall on the left was the Trocadero Bingo Hall formerly the Alexandra

    Original URL path: http://www.derbyphotos.co.uk/oldphotos/gwc/index.htm (2016-02-09)
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  • Old Photographs of Derby and Derbyshire by Bri
    you click on one Photo Description The old pop cinema Image Reference No DP OLDBRCOL 01 Date of photo Summer 1994 Other Information This building on Mill Street was originally a cinema which opened in August 1928 Later it became the Talk of the Midlands Club where you could see top acts like Bill Haley and the Comets perform In 1981 it was converted to Gossips nightclub then it was owned by the Derby Students Union and is called The Riverside Health Club Then finally in Feb 2003 it was demolished and today has been replaced with 24 two bedroom apartments called Westgate Photo Description Allenton before the Spider bridge Image Reference No DP OLDBRICOL 02 Original photo supplied to me by Bri Approx Date of photo Mid late 1960 s This photo was taken in Allenton before the Spider Bridge was built You can see the Mitre Hotel on the corner A red number 23 double decker Trent bus is approaching from Derby town centre The orange car waiting in the foreground is a Viva Photo Description Eagle Street before the Eagle Centre was built Image Reference No DP OLDBRICOL 03 Original photo supplied to me by Bri Approx Date of photo late 1960 s This photo shows the Spot end of London Road as viewed from Eagle Street The Eagle Centre built 1970 1975 now covers Eagle Street At the time this photo was taken the wooden hut on the left was used by the car park attendant as this waste ground was a temporary car park The Odeon Cinema can be seen as well as the Neptune pub Photo Description Derby Market Place Image Reference No DP OLDBRICOL 04 Original photo supplied to me by Bri Approx Date of photo 1960 s This postcard by Lilywhite Ltd

    Original URL path: http://www.derbyphotos.co.uk/oldphotos/brc/index.htm (2016-02-09)
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  • Old Photographs of Derby and Derbyshire by David Potter
    to me so we can all share the old memories If you have some old photographs of Derby or the suburbs and would be willing to let me borrow them to scan in and put on this web site then let me know They must be YOUR photographs and NOT copies from books or copyrighted productions All images www derbyphotos co uk If you have any comments for the guest book or questions to ask then click HERE Please wait until all the thumbnail photos have loaded before you click on one All of the 20 B W photos of buses and trolley buses seen here were taken in central Derby between 17 00 and 18 30 approx on Sunday 16th July 1967 These photos were taken 37 years ago by David and have only just been seen for the first time In the 1960s David had very little pocket money and his priority was to travel and photograph as many rare buses and steam trains as possible So he spent his money on bus and train fares black white film mainly very few colour slide films and the developing cost of the film He reasoned that later when he

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  • Old Photographs of Derby by Michael Alderson
    may be demolished at some point luckily he has managed to capture quite a few scenes which have indeed changed since then Photo Guide DP OLDMAC01 Agard Street Longdon s Mill Built 1803 today is Sir Peter Hilton Court buildings built 1995 DP OLDMAC02 Agard Street To the left of DP OLDMAC 06 DP OLDMAC03 Brook street Longdon s yard to the left on the left of DP OLDMAC 01 DP OLDMAC04 Agard Street The Golden Eagle pub built 1853 on corner of Searl street with Rykneld Tean Mills visible in background DP OLDMAC05 Agard Street Looking towards tax office DP OLDMAC06 Agard Street now demolished DP OLDMAC07 Brook street Does anyone out there know the exact location this was taken DP OLDMAC08 Brick street Old Nunnery DP OLDMAC09 Greyhound stadium which is now Vernon gate DP OLDMAC10 Building on Uttoxeter new road which has been restored to its former glory DP OLDMAC11 Former Bemrose Works near Derby Railway station not sure which road this was located do you know DP OLDMAC12 Forman street The buildings on the left have been demolished car park DP OLDMAC13 Abbey street These buildings were demolished in the 3rd week of September 2008 DP OLDMAC14 Old shop on Abbey street corner of Macklin Street now open land DP OLDMAC15 Old shops on Abbey street DP OLDMAC16 18 This building was located on Curzon street The Regency Mill the Crown inn pub next to it is still standing today DP OLDMAC18 The former Caribbean Club Osmaston Rd Douglas St This site was cleared and is now Douglas Court a residential home for the elderly DP OLDMAC19 Former Vine pub at 119 Abbey street Since 1994 this has been used as offices for Anvil print and press DP OLDMAC20 Derby View of the Spot before the

    Original URL path: http://www.derbyphotos.co.uk/oldphotos/mac/index.htm (2016-02-09)
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  • Old Photographs of Derby and Derbyshire - Graham Dewsbury
    and was closed in 1968 This set of unique images were taken in 1945 Grahams Dad Les Dewsbury was the signalman at the London North Eastern Railway Station at Breadsall Formally the Great Northern Les can be seen in photo 04 operating the levers in the signal box Breadsall Signal and railway station were located on the north side of the track approaching from the Derby side you would reach the Signal box first I would like to thank Graham and Les for allowing the world to see these rare images Photo selection To view large versions of any of the photographs below simply click on a thumbnail DP OLDGDC 01 Shows a view of the former Breadsall Railway station viewed from the South platform looking north DP OLDGDC 02 Shows a view of the former Breadsall Railway signal Box DP OLDGDC 03 Shows a view of Joe Taylor the Breadsall station Master DP OLDGDC 04 Shows Les Dewsbury operating the levers inside the signal box DP OLDGDC 05 Shows the approach to Breadsall Station from the East viewed from the railway tracks DP OLDGDC 06 Shows the view looking towards Derby from the wooden steps leading up to the

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  • Old Photographs of Derby and Derbyshire - Harold Richardson
    the photographs below simply click on a thumbnail DP OLDHRC 01 C1990 showing Mill Street with Talk of the Midlands in the distance Once the old Popular cinema DP OLDHRC 02 C 1946 West End children in William Street DP OLDHRC 03 C 1963 My mother in Albert Vaults being interviewed by Telegraph reporter prior to demolition of the W E DP OLDHRC 04 1953 Celebrating Coronation Day in Bridge

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  • Old Photographs of Derby and Derbyshire by Neil Johnson
    with their upper dorma windows and distinctive brick work inclusive of curved upper circles they could have been preserved and restored thereby enhancing the area It was one episode from which the City Council emerged with no credit what so ever DP OLDNJC003 Late Mid 1970 s a rear view of Derby Cathedral taken from the riverbank adjacent to the then new Industrial Museum situated in the Old Silk Mill DP OLDNJC004 Derby s famous Silk Mill home of the Industrial Museum A must visit venue for those coming to the city for a first time History industrial progress memories of bygone times it has it all Mid 70 s photograph DP OLDNJC005 The Malt vinegar factory taken from a distance prior to conversion generations of Derbians and many others would not have enjoyed their fish chips at all if it had not been for the sterling efforts of those once employed in this building DP OLDNJC006 1970 s View of the old Malt Vinegar Factory on Kedleston Road now converted into very agreeable apartments A very good secondary use for a building with character in a nice location DP OLDNJC007 A winter view of Spondon House School take not long before its final demise and torching in the early 21st Century In the mid 1960 s 64 when this building was opened it was a flagship for the County in Education terms and replaced the much loved but ancient and tired original school in the Village Vandals burnt the abandoned shell of the 60 s building and the blaze was witnessed all over Derby and as far away as Long Eaton in the East DP OLDNJC008 Snow covered cottages opposite Derby Midland station in the 1980 s These restored dwellings which once belonged to the Midland Railway are loved by residents and passers by alike DP OLDNJC009 A distance shot taken with a telephoto lens of Derby Midland station and surrounding complex in the late 1970 s The camera was positioned on the top floor of Brunel house tower block in the Rail technical centre on London Road Many of the buildings featured on the skyline have since gone DP OLDNJC010 Evening shot of the Morledge in Derby 1980 s note the famous Co op cow illuminated in the roof top of the Central hall DP OLDNJC011 A 1970 s wintry day at the entrance to the Railway Technical Centre on the London Road looking towards Alvaston The buildings to the right of the scene which formed part of Litchurch Lane Carriage Works have now gone DP OLDNJC012 Spondon level crossing view the main Derby London line is to the right of the scene The frame features a British Celanese diesel shunting loco returning over the road after slipping down from the adjacent sidings that flank Megaloughton Lane 1970 s DP OLDNJC013 The now demolished large LMS signal box at Spondon station needed originally not only for accommodating all Eastern and Southern bound traffic out of Derby Midland and

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