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  • Curbar, Derbyshire, England - Photographs and History
    Saints Church opened in 1871 For a map of the local area click HERE For a aerial photo with overlayed map click HERE Photo Description Curbar village view Image Reference No DP 081004CURBAR 01 Date photo taken 8th October 2004 Other Information This is a view of Curbar village as seen from Clodhall Lane Photo Description Calver Froggatt view Image Reference No DP 081004CURBAR 02 Date photo taken 8th October 2004 Other Information Here we can see the villages of Calver and Froggatt as viewed from part way up towards Curbar Edge Curbar Edge has some truly magnificent views over the gritstone escarpment covered in Heather and Bracken a popular spot with climbers due to the terrain it offers I have tried to capture the beauty in this selection of images but you really need to see this in person Photo Description Curbar edge view 1 Image Reference No DP 081004CURBAR 03 Date photo taken 8th October 2004 Other Information This is the view from near the top of Curbar Edge Photo Description Curbar edge view 2 Image Reference No DP 081004CURBAR 04 Date photo taken 8th October 2004 Other Information This is another view from Curbar Edge notice the cyclist on the very edge of the cliff Photo Description Curbar edge view 3 Image Reference No DP 081004CURBAR 05 Date photo taken 8th October 2004 Other Information Closer view of cyclist on cliff edge Photo Description Curbar edge view 4 Image Reference No DP 081004CURBAR 06 Date photo taken 8th October 2004 Other Information This is another view from Curbar Edge looking towards Curbar The car park can be seen bottom left this is where you can park to walk up Curbar Edge Photo Description Baslow edge view Image Reference No DP 081004CURBAR 07 Date photo taken 8th October

    Original URL path: http://www.derbyphotos.co.uk/areas_a_h/curbar.htm (2016-02-09)
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  • Dovedale, Derbyshire - Photographs
    can be crossed using the Stepping Stones and is a very popular place with visitors This method for crossing rivers dates back to before the twelfth century Exact Map Location HERE Photo selection To view large versions of any of the photographs below simply click on a thumbnail DP 080605DOVEDALE01 DP 080605DOVEDALE02 DP 080605DOVEDALE03 DP 080605DOVEDALE04 DP 080605DOVEDALE05 DP 080605DOVEDALE06 DP 080605DOVEDALE07 DP 080605DOVEDALE08 DP 080605DOVEDALE09 DP 080605DOVEDALE10 DP 080605DOVEDALE11

    Original URL path: http://www.derbyphotos.co.uk/areas_a_h/dovedale.htm (2016-02-09)
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  • Doveridge, Derbyshire, England - Photographs and History
    a small village and parish 17 miles west from Derby and about 2 S E from Uttoxeter It is located on the west side of Derbyshire on the border with Staffordshire The river Dove being the county border The Doomsday book tells that Doveridge boasted amongst other things a parish church and a water mill Dropping down from the church a footpath passes the site of the old water mill demolished in the 1970s Approaching St Cuthbert s by the main path you enter a tunnel of branches formed by an ancient yew tree reputed to be some 1200 years old According to legend Robin Hood was betrothed to his lady under its boughs The village of Doveridge used to be the main route for traffic going from Uttoxeter to Sudbury The A50 bypass has allowed the village to return to a quiet place again To the north west of the village is Dove bridge which now carries the A50 across the river Dove The local pub is called the Cavendish Arms and is on Derby road Photo Description Cavendish Memorial well Image Reference No DP 300602DVERI 01 Map location Click HERE Date photo taken 30th June 2002 Other Information

    Original URL path: http://www.derbyphotos.co.uk/areas_a_h/doveridge.htm (2016-02-09)
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  • Duffield, Derbyshire, England - Photographs and History
    190504DUFFI 15 Date photo taken 19th May 2004 Other Information This bridge pases over the River Derwent it was built in 1812 If you stand next to the Bridge Inn pub you can see a stone on the side of the bridge which reads May 1812 Photo Description The Bridge Inn Image Reference No DP 190504DUFFI 16 Exact map location Click HERE Date photo taken 19th May 2004 Other Information This is the Bridge Inn pub It is located on the corner of Makeney Road and Eaton Bank It is right next to the Bridge over the river Photo Description The Bridge Inn viewed over the Derwent Image Reference No DP 190504DUFFI 17 Date photo taken 19th May 2004 Other Information This is another view of the Bridge Inn pub this time viewed from over the river Derwent Photo Description Trinity Methodist Church Image Reference No DP 220901DUFFI 03 Date photo taken 22nd September 2001 Other Information This is Trinity Methodist Church which is located on King Street It was built in 1904 Photo Description Town street as you enter Duffield Image Reference No DP 220901DUFFI 01 Date photo taken 22nd September 2001 Other Information This is Town street and if you have ever passed through Duffield then this shot will be familiar Photo Description The Kings Head Pub Image Reference No DP 220901DUFFI 02 Date photo taken 22nd September 2001 Other Information This is the Kings Head pub Restaurant which is located on Town Street It was built 1501 The half round front was added in 1886 to met up with the new A6 road At one time was a billet for Cromwell s Roundheads Photo Description Old houses on King street Image Reference No DP 220901DUFFI 04 Date photo taken 22nd September 2001 Other Information This nice view is of the old houses on King Street Photo Description Masonic Hall Image Reference No DP 220901DUFFI 05 Date photo taken 22nd September 2001 Other Information This building on King street is the Masonic Hall and it was built in 1905 Photo Description The Nat West bank building Image Reference No DP 220901DUFFI 06 Date photo taken 22nd September 2001 Other Information This Nat West bank The building was built in 1897 and is the home of the Duffield Club The building to the left of it has the name Rosslyn on it and was built in 1894 Not sure why Do you Photo Description Town street Image Reference No DP 220901DUFFI 07 Date photo taken 22nd September 2001 Other Information This is Town street as seen from outside the HSBC Bank Photo Description Duffield Evangelical Baptist Church Image Reference No DP 220901DUFFI 08 Date photo taken 22nd September 2001 Other Information This is Duffield Evangelical Baptist Church which is located on it s own in a triangle of land off Town street where it turns off to Makeney Road This church was built in 1830 Photo Description A train from the footbridge Image Reference No DP 220901DUFFI 09 Date

    Original URL path: http://www.derbyphotos.co.uk/areas_a_h/duffield.htm (2016-02-09)
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  • Draycott, Derbyshire, England - Photographs and History
    of Draycott Derbyshire England Draycott is a narrow elongated village situated between Derby and Long Eaton The best known land mark in Draycott is Victoria Mill Having connections with the Nottingham lace trade Building of Draycott s Victoria Mill was started in 1888 and was established as one of the most important lace factories in the world When it was completed in 1907 it was the largest manufacturing mill in Europe The four storey building with its green capped ornamental clock tower dominates the skyline Currently Winter 2004 this mill is being converted into 113 one and two bedroom luxury apartments For more information on the Victoria Mill development please visit the website here www victoriamill com In order to get their Derbyshire lead from Derby to the river Trent at Trent Lock the Romans built a straight road between the two A small community settled along this road mentioned in the Doomsday Book in 1086 as Draicott Dry Cote The people at the tiny village of Wilne located just south of Draycott gradually moved to Dry Cote as this was on higher land and not subject to the flooding Draycott was for several centuries a farming community but as industry grew so did Draycott Draycott people are traditionally known as Neddies The Olympic pub on Station road was built in the mid 19th century At one time used by the railways with stables to the rear Coachmen would bring and take people to and from the railway station Draycott Primary school is located on Hopewell road just south of the railway line The former Derby Canal used to run under Derby Road A6005 where Nooning Lane joins it This 100m section of the Derby Canal has been partially excavated in order to reduce seasonal flooding of the area and

    Original URL path: http://www.derbyphotos.co.uk/areas_a_h/draycott.htm (2016-02-09)
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  • Egginton, Derbyshire, England - Photographs and History
    photos have loaded before you click on one Photos of Egginton Derbyshire England 4 miles from Burton A quiet village well removed from the main A514 road It sold its church bells in the 14th century to repair Monks Bridge Egginton lies 4½ miles north east of Burton on Trent and 8 miles south west of Derby off the A5132 road The village is almost surrounded by water as the Egginton and Hilton Brooks the River Dove and the River Trent all flow close by The River Dove which separates Egginton from Staffordshire is spanned by two bridges the mainly preserved medieval Monk s Bridge and Brindley s twelve arched aqueduct completed around 1777 to carry the Trent and Mersey Canal across the river These bridges are now separated from the village by the A38 dual carriageway Landowners of Egginton have included the families of Chandos Pole Leigh Tymmore Mosley and Every Descendants of the latter are still connected with the village The Georgian Hall which replaced two previous manors was itself demolished in 1955 Since Simon Every of Somerset married the heiress Anne Leigh the Everys owned most of the village of Egginton but in 1940 owing to financial problems the properties were sold and are now virtually all owner occupied A brief moment of fame came in 1644 when a Royalist force was defeated by Cromwells force in the Battle Of Egginton Heath Things are much quieter now For a map of the local area click HERE Photo Description Renovated cottages Image Reference No DP 250404EGGIN 01 Date photo taken 3rd March 2002 Other Information This is Cherry Tree Cottage with the Cherry trees in full bloom This is located on Fish Pond Lane Photo Description The village hall and Primary school Image Reference No DP 030302EGGIN 02

    Original URL path: http://www.derbyphotos.co.uk/areas_a_h/egginton.htm (2016-02-09)
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  • Findern, Derbyshire, England - Photographs and History
    of Thomas Woolott He went on to improve the stocking frame and became partner of Sir Richard Arkwright who was engaged in cotton spinning Together they established mills at Cromford Belper and Milford The partnership was desolved in 1780 Strutt keeping the Belper and Milford mills The village industry of velvet weaving use to be done in the cottages and in 1846 there were as many as 22 velvet and silk looms in the village All Saints Church was totally rebuilt in 1863 64 and contains a tympanium from the original Norman church and an octagonal font from 1666 There is a monument to Isabella de Fynderne who died in 1444 In the main street is a village pump which was used until the 1930 s when water mains were installed Now the pump is dressed by the WI for the village fete in June On a hill just outside the village is a former windmill called Tower House which no longer has any sails on it It use to supply flour to a wide area and has in the past been the home of Edwina Currie Findern has its own Primary school located on Buckford Lane south of the canal Pubs The Greyhound pub is located along side the Trent Mersey canal In the past it has also been called the Canal Turn and The Dog inn it is a popular stop for boat gatherings The Wheel Inn is located on Heath Lane near Main street Maps For a local map of the Findern area click HERE For a aerial photo with overlayed map click HERE I liked my visit to Findern and I will return to take some photos in the summer and also of the village pump when it is decorated Its strange how Findern seems to

    Original URL path: http://www.derbyphotos.co.uk/areas_a_h/findern.htm (2016-02-09)
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  • Foremark, Derbyshire, England - Photographs and History
    you have any comments for the guest book or questions to ask then use the link top right Please wait until all the thumbnail photos have loaded before you click on one Photos of Foremark South Derbyshire England Photo Description Foremark reservoir Image Reference No DP 080601FOREM 01 Exact Map Location Click HERE Date photo taken 8th June 2001 Other Information This is Foremark reservoir which is just south of

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