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    Original URL path: http://www.derbyphotos.co.uk/special/reviews.htm (2016-02-09)
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  • Broadband Enhanced - Ultra high res 360 degree photos of Derby
    360 image viewer Photo Description Derby Market Place View from the front of the Water feature Image Reference No DP 200603 BBE360DERBY 02 Date photo taken 20th June 2003 Exact Map Location HERE Other Information This 360 view was taken from the front of the water feature in Derby s Market Place The viewer will open in a new fullscreen window and the 360 image will then load into it RIGHT CAPTION Click here to view this 360 image FGCOLOR slategray TEXTCOLOR yellow BGCOLOR black CAPCOLOR white BORDER 1 onMouseOut return nd Click on this thumbnail photo to launch the fullsize 360 image viewer Photo Description Derby Market Place Image Reference No DP 270703 BBE360DERBY 03 Date photo taken 27th July 2003 Exact Map Location HERE Other Information This 360 view was taken in front of the war memorial which resides directly in front of the Guildhall entrance in the Market Place The viewer will open in a new fullscreen window and the 360 image will then load into it RIGHT CAPTION Click here to view this 360 image FGCOLOR slategray TEXTCOLOR yellow BGCOLOR black CAPCOLOR white BORDER 1 onMouseOut return nd Click on this thumbnail photo to launch the fullsize 360 image viewer Photo Description Derby Cathedral Central isle view Image Reference No DP 211103 BBE360DERBY 04 Date photo taken 21st November 2003 Exact Map Location HERE Other Information This 360 view was taken part way down the central isle of Derby Cathedral The viewer will open in a new fullscreen window and the 360 image will then load into it RIGHT CAPTION Click here to view this 360 image FGCOLOR slategray TEXTCOLOR yellow BGCOLOR black CAPCOLOR white BORDER 1 onMouseOut return nd Click on this thumbnail photo to launch the fullsize 360 image viewer Photo Description Darley Park Butterfly Garden Image Reference No DP 060803 BBE360DERBY 05 Date photo taken 6th August 2003 Exact Map Location HERE Other Information This 360 view was taken in the middle of the Butterfly garden This is a wonderful relaxing place to sit and watch the butterflies that visit this garden The viewer will open in a new fullscreen window and the 360 image will then load into it RIGHT CAPTION Click here to view this 360 image FGCOLOR slategray TEXTCOLOR yellow BGCOLOR black CAPCOLOR white BORDER 1 onMouseOut return nd Click on this thumbnail photo to launch the fullsize 360 image viewer Photo Description Darley Park flower beds Image Reference No DP 230703 BBE360DERBY 06 Date photo taken 23rd July 2003 Exact Map Location HERE Other Information This 360 view was taken in front of the terrace amongst the flower beds The viewer will open in a new fullscreen window and the 360 image will then load into it RIGHT CAPTION Click here to view this 360 image FGCOLOR slategray TEXTCOLOR yellow BGCOLOR black CAPCOLOR white BORDER 1 onMouseOut return nd Click on this thumbnail photo to launch the fullsize 360 image viewer Photo Description Markeaton Park Orangery Flower garden Image

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  • Broadband Enhanced - Hi res 360 degree photos of Derbyshire
    on this thumbnail photo to launch the fullsize 360 image viewer Photo Description Melbourne Hall gardens Image Reference No DP 030903 BBE360DEBSHR 07 Date photo taken 3rd September 2003 Exact Map Location HERE Other Information This 360 view was taken at the bottom of Melbourne Hall gardens next to the lake The wrought iron arbour known as the Birdcage was made around 1710 by Robert Bakewell of Derby The viewer will open in a new fullscreen window and the 360 image will then load into it RIGHT CAPTION Click here to view this 360 image FGCOLOR slategray TEXTCOLOR yellow BGCOLOR black CAPCOLOR white BORDER 1 onMouseOut return nd Click on this thumbnail photo to launch the fullsize 360 image viewer Photo Description Melbourne Hall gardens Image Reference No DP 030903 BBE360DEBSHR 08 Date photo taken 3rd September 2003 Exact Map Location HERE Other Information This 360 view was taken from the middle of the garden Melbourne Hall can be seen at the top of the path and the lake previous 360 can be seen at the bottom of the path The viewer will open in a new fullscreen window and the 360 image will then load into it RIGHT CAPTION Click here to view this 360 image FGCOLOR slategray TEXTCOLOR yellow BGCOLOR black CAPCOLOR white BORDER 1 onMouseOut return nd Click on this thumbnail photo to launch the fullsize 360 image viewer Photo Description Stepping stones at Dovedale Image Reference No DP 180703 BBE360DEBSHR 9 Date photo taken 18th July 2003 Exact Map Location HERE Other Information This 360 view was taken from the centre stepping stone at Dovedale The broad shallow stretch of the Dove can be crossed using these stones and is a very popular place with visitors This method for crossing rivers dates back to before the twelfth century The viewer will open in a new fullscreen window and the 360 image will then load into it RIGHT CAPTION Click here to view this 360 image FGCOLOR slategray TEXTCOLOR yellow BGCOLOR black CAPCOLOR white BORDER 1 onMouseOut return nd Click on this thumbnail photo to launch the fullsize 360 image viewer Photo Description Belper Market place Image Reference No DP 240803 BBE360DEBSHR 10 Date photo taken 24th August 2003 Exact Map Location HERE Other Information This 360 view was taken in the centre of the Market place in Belper The Market Place was originally known as the Green a piece of land where people gathered for public events It was improved and enlarged by George Benson Strutt in the 1830 s to become the Market Place It was paved in 1881 by George Henry Strutt using stone from his quarry at Red Lane Makeney The waterless fountain was erected in appreciation of his services to the town and formerly opened by the Hon Frederick Strutt of Milford House The pub at the top of the hill is the White Swan The viewer will open in a new fullscreen window and the 360 image will then load into

    Original URL path: http://www.derbyphotos.co.uk/broadband/360/derbyshire/index.htm (2016-02-09)
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  • Your memories and Stories of Derby and Derbyshire.
    serving as a cup fill it with hot water and return it to him where he proceeded to reach in his overcoat pocket and produce an egg This was put into the mashing can and when deemed ready for eating was placed in a large hexagon nut used as an egg cup the top being neatly sliced off with his steel foot ruler Invariably this egg was not cooked and the raw yolk ran down the nut and onto the bench This did not seem to bother Bill at all he just mopped the runny yolk up with a slice of bread taken out of a piece of crumpled newspaper also produced from his overcoat pocket By this time I had to run down again to the tea urn and make his tea which was made by putting the hot water on the old dried out tea leaves from his last heaven knows how many brews Needless to say it was just coloured water My mother when she made up my lunch sandwiches snap we used to call it used to include A Twist Now this was a measure of tea and sugar in a small twist of newspaper sufficient for a brew milk we carried in a small bottle My mother hearing about Bill s brew always used to include an extra twist for Mr Barrett I never did tell him this and many times he said that I made a very good brew the best cuppa Tea ever Shortly after this Bill used to break wind very loudly and all the fitters used to scatter shouting The Green Dragon Strikes Again It took quite a time with much waving of blueprints to get things back to normal Foolishly I took up the invitation to go out with him Bob Gamble and Big Les one Friday night on The Round This was a regular pastime on Friday nights Friday being payday This entailed on this evening meeting at the Melbourne Arms at the top of Siddals Road and then having a pint or more in all of the public houses on the way down Siddals Road Station Road and along London Road a quick pint in The Telegraph and then back onto the Green Dragon on The Spot Mr friend Reg who was a fitter at the Locomotive Works joined me in the venture needless to say we never made the full round Bill was welcomed in all of the Pubs often bursting into song when called on to sing and looking back it was a real education we went into some real dives and met some really odd characters When I arrived at work on Monday morning I found that my bench was decorated with empty beer bottles beer mats and an Offilers Brewery sign Havo the foreman looked over his glasses and shook his head I found that it was standard practice to catch the new boys I took it all in good part although the ribbing

    Original URL path: http://www.derbyphotos.co.uk/yourmemories/memories01.htm (2016-02-09)
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  • Your memories and Stories of Derby and Derbyshire.
    annoyance of the sleeping residents Sid Leeming on hearing this burst into uncontrollable Laugher Poor Sid he took all the blame for that The young fitters on the night shift and me being the youngest always ended up doing private jobs or foreigners as we called them I always seemed to be mending tyre punctures or other parts of bikes Mending spectacles and making keys I once had to replace a broken gear tooth in a clothes mangle wheel but I think the oddest job of all was to put a new rivet in a truss Being the youngster it fell to me to make the tea at Dinner break so one time I drilled a hole in the bottom of Sid Leeming s tea mug and screwed it firmly to the bench and then filled it up with tea Poor Sid broke the handle off it trying to pick it up I thought that I had got away with it until one morning on the Day Shift I pulled open my tool drawer only to find the pull handle had been filled with Prussian Blue Marking Paste Now anyone who has worked with this type of greasy marking paste will well know that it is very very difficult to remove and lingers on the hands and under the fingernails for quite a while If you are still out there Sid Nice One Sometimes on a Friday night dinner time Friday being pay night A group of us would roar off on motor bikes along Mansfield Road to an all night Greasy Spoon transport café to have breakfast eggs sausages bacon chips and all the trimmings washed down with a big mug of strong tea This was a real treat for us but invariably we arrived back late to work and had the riot act read to us The tool room had its own hardening and annealing section and in winter we often used to place tins of soup or baked beans onto the outlet chimney of one of the small furnaces We had the timing judged to perfection to get the temperature just right for break time when a can of hot soup with a crusty bread cob made an ideal meal for a cold night One night Norman Hutchinson one of the fitters placed his usual tin of tomato soup on the outlet pipe but was interrupted so forgetting to carry out the vital part of the process to puncture the can lid with two holes Needless to say the can exploded with a loud bang showering the soup all over the red hot furnace The soup immediately evaporated and the smell of Tomato soup drifted down the corridors soon to reach the nose of Frank Johnson the night superintendent very much to his annoyance He never did catch the culprit involved but he read out the riot act made it quite clear that the practice had to cease from now on Needless to say the smell of

    Original URL path: http://www.derbyphotos.co.uk/yourmemories/memories02.htm (2016-02-09)
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  • Your memories and Stories of Derby and Derbyshire.
    which in 1944 was still on ration It also meant a ride on one of the Trent Traction Companies lovely red buses with polished radiators and magical names Guy Dennis Leyand and Gardner It was a treat to see them with their engines slowly ticking over before starting out The bus dropped us off at the lane end which meant quite a long walk to the lodge gates but with hardly any traffic and unspoilt hedgerows it soon seemed to pass and the sight of the Imposing lodge gates was more than welcome with the prospect of a good tea with good home made bread and cakes The event that I am about to relate happened in the September of 1944 and has still stayed in my mind as fresh as the day that it occurred I was given quite a free range in the park to play but I was told that on no account was I to cross the bridge at the end of the main drive which leading to the fore court of Kedleston Hall Several small brooks ran down the park into the river and I followed one which lead to a reed bed in which I had a nice hide out from which I could observe the water rats and water hens wazzers we used to call them It was early morning and slightly misty as I then made my way along the bank to the foot of the stone bridge when over the other forbidden side caught up in the reeds I spied a bottle boyish fantasies of pirate treasure and secret messages ran through my mind a quick look no one coming all caution thrown to the wind crouching low I ran across the bridge to retrieve the bottle only to find it

    Original URL path: http://www.derbyphotos.co.uk/yourmemories/memories03.htm (2016-02-09)
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  • Guidlines and help on how to use this Message Board.
    Email If you wish people to be able to contact you directly as a result of your post then you will need to fill in this field with your e mail address please double check you have typed it in correctly to avoid bounced e mails Subject Please type in an appropriate title not an ambiguous one Message This is where you type in your message Link name If you wish to refer to a website address in your reply then this field is where you would type a text name which will act as the clickable link for the url this should be left blank if you don t need it Link URL If you have used the above field then this is where you type in the full address of the website you want to link to this should be left blank if you don t need it Image url If you want to refer to an image in your post then this is where you would type in the full address location of the image You can NOT refer to images on your hard disk they must be images on the internet this should be left blank if you don t need it Review post button This button will allow you to preview exactly what your post looks like before committing it to the message board This is very useful if you have used the Link url options as it will allow you to test your link to see if it works Post button When you click this button it will post your message onto the board Q How do I reply to a question A If you see a question on the message board for which you know the answer please do post a reply to it To post a reply message First you need to register This only requires a username and a password nothing complex involved Click on the post and this will display a screen with the message on it and below this an area for posting your reply Some guidelines for posting replies Name This can be just your first name or nickname Email If you wish people to be able to contact you directly as a result of your post then you will need to fill in this field with your e mail address please double check you have typed it in correctly to avoid bounced e mails Subject The subject field will be automatically pre filled in with the title of the original post but you can alter this if you want to Message This is where you type in your message in response to the question your are answering Link name If you wish to refer to a website address in your reply then this field is where you would type a text name which will act as the clickable link for the url this should be left blank if you don t need it Link URL If you

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  • Quiz on Derby, England by Andy Savage - Do you know your Derby?
    camera The Photographs questions and answers on this site are copyright Andy Savage and may not be used on another site in any form If you wish to link to this Derby quiz then please let me know I will be happy to help you THE QUESTIONS Please wait for ALL pictures to load before clicking on Click here for the answer otherwise it will stop the remaining pictures showing If this does happen just press F5 and they will fill in quickly Are you ready for the Quiz Derby knowledge Question 11 Is photo altered to hide any clues YES a Where would you find this b What year was it placed here Click here for the answer If the above is text is PURPLE then you have not looked at the answer yet If it is GREEN it means you have looked at the answer The Answer window will show for 10 seconds and close automatically If it does not close after 10 seconds please close it yourself before moving to the next question Derby knowledge Question 12 Is photo altered to hide any clues YES a Where would you find this b What building is it located in front of Click here for the answer If the above is text is PURPLE then you have not looked at the answer yet If it is GREEN it means you have looked at the answer The Answer window will show for 10 seconds and close automatically If it does not close after 10 seconds please close it yourself before moving to the next question Derby knowledge Question 13 Is photo altered to hide any clues YES a Where would you find this statue b What year was it placed here Click here for the answer If the above is

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