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  • Then and now photographs of Derby and Derbyshire by Andy Savage
    using the link at the top right of this window This page is just one of many sets of then and now photographs to see others visit the index by clicking on the Then and now Home button at the top of this page or use the Previous and Next links below to see the previous and next set of five fading images Would you like to see even more fading photos like 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 Next set of 5 photos Thumbnail view The thumbnail shows the view today Details about the two photos used in the Then and now Click the thumbnail to view Photo Description Rosehill street view Derby Derbyshire Image Reference No DP TAN RHSV 46 Details Scene showing view looking up Rosehill street from the top of Molineux street Things to look for Where did all that Ivy go Replaced with Sky dishes Photo A taken 1910 postcard Photo B taken 10th January 2005 Time elapsed 95 years Exact Map Location click HERE I would like to thank Helen Wilson of photo ark co uk for providing photo A To view hundreds of photos postcards and images please visit her site here Click the thumbnail to view Photo Description Friargate view Derby Derbyshire Image Reference No DP TAN FV1 47 Details Scene showing view looking up Friargate towards Friargate Railway bridge Things to look for The grand looking building on the right in Photo A was the Royal Institution for the Deaf and Dumb Founded in 1879 the institute was opened in 1894 by the Duchess of Rutland It was demolished in 1973 In this shot you can also see the Transformer box manufactured by Walter Macfarlane Co in 1893 The next time you walk along Friargate keep an eye out for the various artworks relating to it such as the iron slabs with signing hands and the bench near the Greyhound pub Notice how some of those trees on the pavement are in fact the orignal ones that were there all those years ago Photo A taken 1910 postcard Photo B taken 30th December 2004 Time elapsed 94 years Exact Map Location click HERE Click the thumbnail to view Photo Description Devonshire Drive Mickleover Derby Derbyshire Image Reference No DP TAN DDM 48 Details Scene showing view looking up Devonshire Drive in Mickleover Things to look for The postcard used here was not very good quality as the colour had been badly aligned but the end result is not too bad Photo A taken 1954 postcard Photo B taken 2nd February 2004 Time elapsed 50 years Exact Map Location click HERE I would like to thank Frank Grimshaw for providing Photo A See his other photos on my page here Click the thumbnail to view Photo Description Markeaton Park Boating Lake Derby Derbyshire Image Reference No DP TAN MPBL1 49 Details Scene showing

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  • Then and now photographs of Derby and Derbyshire by Andy Savage
    otherwise the image fading will be extremely slow If you enjoy watching these presentations then please leave some comments for my guest book by using the link at the top right of this window This page is just one of many sets of then and now photographs to see others visit the index by clicking on the Then and now Home button at the top of this page or use the Previous and Next links below to see the previous and next set of five fading images Would you like to see even more fading photos like 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 Next set of 5 photos Thumbnail view The thumbnail shows the view today Details about the two photos used in the Then and now Click the thumbnail to view Photo Bold Lane View Derby Derbyshire Image Reference No DP TAN BLV1 51 Details Scene showing view looking down Bold Lane where it meets Cheapside Things to look for There are several changes to the buildings on the right side of Bold Lane The Princess Store in the 2002 photograph was demolished in 2008 to make way for future developement but as of May 2010 still has not been developed yet Click here to see a Google Stretview of this scene taken in summer 2009 Photo A taken 1960s Photo B taken 10th January 2002 Time elapsed 42 years Exact Map Location click HERE Click the thumbnail to view Photo Mile Ash Lane Darley Abbey Derby Derbyshire Image Reference No DP TAN MAL 52 Details This view is of several houses on the right side of the hill going up Mile Ash Lane Things to look for normally with then and now photos the common thing to alter in time is Chimney pots which vanish in modern times this is the only time where the amount of pots has actually increased If you are a current resident in one of these houses please get in touch Photo A taken 1899 taken by Charles Cusworth Photo B taken 9th January 2005 Time elapsed 106 years Exact Map Location click HERE I would like to thank Rob Haywood for providing photo A See if you can help identify some of his other images on his site here Click the thumbnail to view Photo Saint Werburghs church view 1 Derby Derbyshire Image Reference No DP TAN SWC 53 Details This view is of St Werburghs church on the Wardwick Things to look for It was not possible to take Photo B from the exact place as there was a bus shelter in the way so the view was too restricted So I have moved to the right about 3 foot In 2007 this church was converted into the Wokmania buffet restaurant but in 2009 that closed down Photo A taken 1960 s postcard Photo B taken 25th April 2004 Time elapsed 44

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  • Then and now photographs of Derby and Derbyshire by Andy Savage
    the top of this page or use the Previous and Next links below to see the previous and next set of five fading images Would you like to see even more fading photos like 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 Next set of 5 photos Thumbnail view The thumbnail shows the view today Details about the two photos used in the Then and now Click the thumbnail to view Photo Description Agard Street View Derby Derbyshire Image Reference No DP TAN ASV 56 Details Scene showing view looking down Agard Street towards Ford Street Things to look for In Photo A we see Longdon s Mill Built 1803 This is replaced in Photo B by the Sir Peter Hilton Court buildings built 1995 for Derby University Photo A taken 1st February 1993 Photo B taken 23rd January 2005 Time elapsed 12 years Exact Map Location click HERE I would like to thank Michael Alderson for providing Photo A See his other photos on my page here Click the thumbnail to view Photo Description Baseball Ground view 1 Derby Derbyshire Image Reference No DP TAN BBG1 57 Details This is a view of the Baseball ground Things to look for This is an external view of the corner the Normanton Stand where it meets with the Main Stand I am standing on Shaftesbury Crescent Vulcan Street can be seen going off to the right in the photo As of October 2008 this area is still awaiting developement Photo A taken 16th July 2003 Photo B taken 21st January 2005 Time elapsed 1 Year 6 Months Exact Map Location click HERE For more information and photos of the Baseball ground visit my tribute

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  • Then and now photographs of Derby and Derbyshire by Andy Savage
    of many sets of then and now photographs to see others visit the index by clicking on the Then and now Home button at the top of this page or use the Previous and Next links below to see the previous and next set of five fading images Would you like to see even more fading photos like 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 Next set of 5 photos Thumbnail view The thumbnail shows the view today Details about the two photos used in the Then and now Click the thumbnail to view Photo Description Derby Cathedral tower view 4 Derby Derbyshire Image Reference No DP TAN DCTV4 61 Details View looking down from the top of Derby Cathedral on Derby towards the Council House and Assembly Rooms Things to look for Demolition of the original Assembly Rooms and lots of buildings around Odd how a few of the buildings directly below have survived Photo A taken 1954 Photo B taken 2004 Time elapsed 50 years Exact Map Location click HERE I would like to thank Dave Upton for providing Photo A See his other photos on my page here Click the thumbnail to view Photo Description Matlock view 1 Derbyshire Image Reference No DP TAN MV1 62 Details View looking down Matlock Parade Matlock Bank Things to look for The post box that was originally embeded in the wall on the left is now a pillar box around the corner This road is very busy the lady pushing the pram across the road in Photo A would have no chance these days The river Derwent flows beneath the bridge ahead Update Jan 2008 In late 2007 The Matlock bypass opened This means that the view I took in 2005 has changed again The bridge ahead is now a one way street and the new bypass entrance is on the left where the railway station car park used to be There is now a Sainsbury s supermarket in Matlock You can take a virtual drive around the new road system here on my YouTube video Photo A taken 1954 postcard Photo B taken 28th January 2005 Time elapsed 51 years Exact Map Location click HERE Click the thumbnail to view Photo Description Ashbourne Old Grammer School Derbyshire Image Reference No DP TAN AGS1 63 Details View of the Old Grammar School founded in 1585 and named after the then monarch Queen Elizabeth I It was a great honour when four hundred years later Queen Elizabeth II visited the school Pupils amongst whom briefly were two of the grandsons of Sir Richard Arkwright1 were taught in the old school building for over three centuries until the new school was built on the Green Road Things to look for Little changes in the 100 years Photo A taken 1904 postcard Photo B taken 25th February 2005 Time elapsed 101 years Exact Map Location

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  • Then and now photographs of Derby and Derbyshire by Andy Savage
    using the link at the top right of this window This page is just one of many sets of then and now photographs to see others visit the index by clicking on the Then and now Home button at the top of this page or use the Previous and Next links below to see the previous and next set of five fading images Would you like to see even more fading photos like 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 Next set of 5 photos Thumbnail view The thumbnail shows the view today Details about the two photos used in the Then and now Click the thumbnail to view Photo Description Ingleby view Derbyshire Image Reference No DP TAN INGY 66 Details View looking down the main road through Ingleby near Ingleby Gallery Things to look for The two buildings in the scene remain not a lot of changes have really taken place in 100 years Photo A taken 1905 Postcard Photo B taken April 2nd 2005 Time elapsed 100 years Exact Map Location click HERE Click the thumbnail to view Photo Description Derby Greyhound Stadium Vernon Gate Derby Image Reference No DP TAN GHS 67 Details View looking down Vernon Street towards the former Derby Greyhound Stadium Built as the County Gaol prison in 1826 Converted into Derby Greyhound stadium in 1926 closed in 1988 In recent years the site was refurbished and is now called Vernon Gate Things to look for The cars on Vernon street now park horizontally Photo A taken 1993 February Photo B taken 3rd April 2005 Time elapsed 12 years Exact Map Location click HERE I would like to thank Michael Alderson for providing Photo A See his other photos on my page here Click the thumbnail to view Photo Description Agard street view Golden Eagle pub Derby Image Reference No DP TAN SSV 68 Details This pub located at 55 Agard Street at the time called the Golden Eagle In August 2003 the pub changed its name to Union Blue Down the small street next to the pub Searl street you can see the former Rykneld Tean Mills which was converted to Brookbridge The derilict building to the left of this photo has since been demolished to make way for waterside development of luxury apartments Things to look for The Pub moves its doors and windows around Photo A taken 1993 February Photo B taken 3rd April 2005 Time elapsed 12 years Exact Map Location click HERE I would like to thank Michael Alderson for providing Photo A See his other photos on my page here Click the thumbnail to view Photo Description Derby Guildhall Market Place Derby Image Reference No DP TAN DMPG 69 Details View looking across Derby Market Place towards the Guildhall built 1895 The statue of Sir Michael Bass can be seen to the right today this is located in Museum

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  • Then and now photographs of Derby and Derbyshire by Andy Savage
    now photographs to see others visit the index by clicking on the Then and now Home button at the top of this page or use the Previous and Next links below to see the previous and next set of five fading images Would you like to see even more fading photos like 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 Next set of 5 photos Thumbnail view The thumbnail shows the view today Details about the two photos used in the Then and now Click the thumbnail to view Photo Description Cotton lane junction with Osmaston Road Derby Image Reference No DP TAN COTT 71 Details This view shows the junction of Cotton Lane with Osmaston Rd The cake shop on this corner sold Birds Cakes until 1962 then was a bookmakers owned by George Siddal then by his son until 1970 when it was demolished The building on the right side of Osmaston road was Carriage Wagon works canteen Today this is Bombardier In 1970 s the streets of Graham street Gilman street and Russel street were demolished They have remained as parkland since then Directly Behind me is the Wayfarer Cafe at 324 326 Osmaston Road Things to look for Demolition of the shop on the corner there are some serious changes here with only one building on the right remaining Notice the subtle things such as the colour of the wall where the orignal sign was fitted to the building on the right Photo A taken 1968 Photo B taken 3rd April 2005 Time elapsed 37 years Exact Map Location click HERE I would like to thank Dave Upton for providing Photo A See his other photos on my page here Click the thumbnail to view Photo Description Manor Hospital Uttoxeter Road Mickleover Derby Image Reference No DP TAN MANH 72 Details This view shows the former Manor hospital which was first developed as The Uttoxeter Road Workhouse It was built in 1876 8 by local architects William Giles and Robert and Thomas Brookhouse who specialised in public and church buildings The workhouse later became known as the Boundary House Institution then after 1948 as Manor Hospital The hospital closed in 1988 and was demolished in 1992 Things to look for Demolition of a fine looking building which as you can see was replaced by a Beefeater and an Aldi supermarket Photo A taken 1992 Feb Photo B taken 10th April 2005 Time elapsed 13 years Exact Map Location click HERE I would like to thank Les Sims for providing Photo A See his other photos on my page here Click the thumbnail to view Photo Description The Derbyshire Royal Infirmary London Road Derby Image Reference No DP TAN DRI 73 Details This view shows the original frontage of the Derbyshire Royal Infirmary and the current one Queen Victoria laid the foundation stone in 1891 on the site of the

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  • Then and now photographs of Derby and Derbyshire by Andy Savage
    leave some comments for my guest book by using the link at the top right of this window This page is just one of many sets of then and now photographs to see others visit the index by clicking on the Then and now Home button at the top of this page or use the Previous and Next links below to see the previous and next set of five fading images Would you like to see even more fading photos like 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 Next set of 5 photos Thumbnail view The thumbnail shows the view today Details about the two photos used in the Then and now Click the thumbnail to view Photo Description London Road near Bradshaw way Derby Derbyshire Image Reference No DP TAN LNRD 81 Details This view shows the end of London Road where it meets Bradshaw way and Traffic Street In photo A the road on the left was originally Bradshaw Street This street was expanded into two lanes of traffic in 1962 and renamed Bradshaw Way On the right side of Photo A is the Congregational Chapel built 1846 this fine building was converted into a cinema in 1935 In August 1961 despite many protests the cinema had to close under a compulsory purchase order to make way for the widening of Derby s new Traffic Street inner ring road Today there are lots of changes at this view as the former Main Centre is being demolished to make way for a new shopping centre If you have not been to Derby for a while then you may be suprised by the changes taking place the Westfield Derby shopping cnetre opened in October 2007 so this view has changed a lot now Photo A taken 1906 postcard Photo B taken 13th May 2005 Time elapsed 99 years Exact Map Location click HERE Click the thumbnail to view Photo Description Shoulder of Mutton pub Osmaston village Derbyshire Image Reference No DP TAN OSMAS 82 Details This view shows the the Shoulder of Mutton pub in the village of Osmaston near Ashbourne The pub has undergone several building alterations here as you can see The same tree is still located here but has grown quite a bit Photo A taken 1930 postcard Photo B taken 13th May 2005 Time elapsed 75 years Exact Map Location click HERE Click the thumbnail to view Photo Description Ashbourne Market place Ashbourne Derbyshire Image Reference No DP TAN ASHBOR 83 Details This view shows Ashbourne Market Place looking towards the George and Dragon pub The memorial cross erected in 1871 to Francis Wright is present in both photos In Photo A you can see the town market which is still held here on Thursdays and Saturdays Photo A taken 1970 s postcard Photo B taken 13th May 2005 Time elapsed 35 years Exact Map Location click HERE

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  • Then and now photographs of Derby and Derbyshire by Andy Savage
    Then and now photos Next set of 5 photos Thumbnail view The thumbnail shows the view today Details about the two photos used in the Then and now Click the thumbnail to view Photo Description London Road viewed from end of Bateman Street Derby Image Reference No DP TAN BATEMN 86 Details This view shows London Road looking towards town as viewed from the end of Bateman Street The tram lines in emerging from the bottom of photo A are from Bateman Street The road on the left is Barlow street There were several streets on the left filled with terraced houses such as Clifton Street Bloomfield Street and High Street these were all cleared in the 60 s The church on the right side of London road is the former St Andrews Church built as a railway church between 1864 66 It was designed by George Gilbert Scott The expansion of the railways and its employees necessitated it and the Midland Railway contributed greatly to the building fund There was also St Andrews school to the right of it which was built in 1869 The church was demolished in 1970 and replaced with St Andrews house In the centre of both photos you can see the pinacles of Holy Trinity church above the tree tops In photo B the clear area on the right was petrol station up until mid 2004 The Royal Mail Sorting office on Midland Road can be see to the right of St Andrews house in Photo B Just behind me is land which in November 2006 saw the building of a state of the art control centre for the East Midlands rail network The centre controls all signalling operations throughout the East Midlands opened in 2008 Photo A taken 1911 Photo B taken 17th May 2005 Time elapsed 94 years Exact Map Location click HERE Click the thumbnail to view Photo Description Cornmarket view 2 Derby Image Reference No DP TAN CORNBUS 87 Details This view shows Derby s Cornmarket looking towards Victoria Street In photo A you can see a Derby Trolleybus a 65 seat Roe bodied Sunbeam F4A built in 1960 On the left side of photo A the well known building with the clocks on it was replaced with the glass fronted Royal Bank of Scotland building in the 70 s I think Photo A taken 16th July 1967 Photo B taken 18th May 2005 Time elapsed 38 years Exact Map Location click HERE I would like to thank David Potter for providing Photo A See his other photos on my page here Click the thumbnail to view Photo Description Ashbourne Market place 2 Ashbourne Derbyshire Image Reference No DP TAN ASHBOR2 88 Details This view shows Ashbourne Market Place looking down from the bend of the road The memorial cross erected in 1871 to Francis Wright is present in both photos Photo A taken 1960 s postcard Photo B taken 13th May 2005 Time elapsed 45 years Exact Map Location

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