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  • Old Photographs of Derby, Derbyshire, England on www.derbyphotos.co.uk
    thank Paul Hudson of Derby Local Studies Library for this information Update It is now at red House Stable at Darley Dale and has been fully restored I believe that is is still owned by the Chandos Pole family from Radbourne Hall It is probably the most complete example of a Mail Coach in existence and dates from about the 1800 s I would like to thank Gordon Hardy of the Midland Postal History Group for this additional info on the coach Photo Description Derby School Class 4K 1949 Image Reference No DP OLDKENTIP 01 Original photo supplied to me by Ken Tipping Approx Date of photo 1949 This is class 4K in 1949 and the picture was taken outside the 1880s school building The surnames of the pupils featured is Back Row L to R Marshall Bakewell Lucas Davies Hart Middle Row Long Tipping West Mordey Mawby Emms Hoon Burton Bargh Hancock Front Row Rawson Sharp Tinsley Inglis Fairholm Mr Kimber McTernan Skerret Critchley Hoult Wainwright Photo Description King Street Duffield 1900 s Image Reference No DP OLDJILSHAR 02 Original photo supplied to me by Jill Sharpe Approx Date of photo 1900 s This postcard was published by E Mills Post Office Duffield and was posted in 1917 It shows an almost deserted King Street in Duffield the only life to be seen is a little girl with her dog Photo Description The Reindeer Inn pub 2 Original photo supplied to me by Pip Southall Approx Date of photo Late 1960 s This great colour photo of the Reindeer inn pub was supplied to me by the author of the Derby Drinker A real ale magazine that can be picked up in pubs such as the Brunswick and the Swan Inn at Milton Photo Description Commercial hotel Derwent hotel Original photo supplied to me by Pip Southall Approx Date of photo 1969 This hotel used to be located on the corner of Devonshire street Photo Description Regent Street off London road Original photo supplied to me by Michael Newbold Approx Date of photo 1960 s Other information This is a view of Regent street which was demolished to make way for the extension to the Derby Infirmary Regent street used to run between London road and Osmaston Road Just a few houses at the bottom of Regent street remain today Photo Description Noble Street Original photo supplied to me by Michael Newbold Approx Date of photo 1960 s Other information This is a view of Noble Street off Midland road On the right hand side of Noble street the post office sorting office is under construction Photo Description Nelson Street junct with London road Original photo supplied to me by Michael Newbold Approx Date of photo 1960 s Other information This is a view of Nelson street where it used to meet up with London Road The building on the left is the new Post office sorting office being built on Midland road Photo Description The old cattle market bridge Original photo supplied to me by Michael Newbold Approx Date of photo Late 1960 s Other information This ornate bridge was the Cattle Market Bridge which went down to Meadow Road the Corporation Hotel was on the same Road as the bridge we went from the Morledge past the Derby Canal which was where the end of the Bus station is then past the Corporation which was on our right hand side past the pens for the animals then we came to the bridge with the Cattle Market Hotel pub on the right Photo Description The Corporation Hotel Original photo supplied to me by Pip Southall Approx Date of photo 1969 The Corporation hotel was on the old Cattle Market the inner ring road edge of Bass Rec area now It had an all day license on market days and its own jazz club in later years The likes of Rod Stewart played there in the mid 60s The hotel faced the old livestock market It was closed in 1969 and demolished in July 1970 Photo Description Aerial view of Derby town centre Original photo supplied to me by Derek Palmer Other information Here you can see the old Derby Canal bus station and many other old buildings which still remain today Photo Description View of the old Fish and Poultry Market Original photo supplied to me by Michael Newbold Other information The Fish Poultry market was built here in 1926 and demolished in 1981 Approx Date of photo Late 1970 s Photo Description Themed flower bed in Normanton Rec Original photo supplied to me by Cara Copestick Other information In the 1960 s they used to have a themed flower bed at this entrance to the park Here we see the three little bears Date of photo July 1961 This photo was requested by Christine Wicks Photo Description Normanton Rec Original photo supplied to me by Dianne Luckwell Other information This photo taken two years after the one above shows the edge of a flower display by The girls life brigade In the background is Normanton Rec Tea rooms Date of photo 1963 Photo Description Themed flower bed at Derby river gardens Date of photo 1963 Original photo supplied to me by Dianne Luckwell Other information This is the River gardens at the back of the bus station where they used to have a themed flower bed See next photo Photo Description Themed flower bed at Derby river gardens Date of photo 1963 Original photo supplied to me by Dianne Luckwell Other information This is a close up view of the three bears Photo Description Themed flower bed at Derby river gardens Date of photo 1963 Original photo supplied to me by Dianne Luckwell Other information This is a close up view of another of the great creations which the council used to put on at the river gardens Photo Description Normanton Barracks Date of photo February 1981 Original photo supplied to me by Chris Harris Other information

    Original URL path: http://www.derbyphotos.co.uk/oldphotos/index.htm (2016-02-09)
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  • Photographs taken at night in Derby, England
    from Derby City Council s Townscape Heritage Initiative to renovate the buildings as well as investing 1m of their own money During refurbishment work an 18th Century bakery complete with clay oven was found at the rear of the premises which had previously been shops This has been restored and incorporated into the interior as a feature As of May 2011 this pub became The Almanac Photo Description Zanzibar club on London road Image Reference No DP 130902NIGHT 06 Date photo taken 13th September 2002 Other Information This building was built in 1934 as the Gaumont Palace cinema It then changed its name to the Odeon cinema and then the Canon Cinema and it is now Zanzibar nightclub Photo Description Markeaton Brook walk Image Reference No DP 120202NIGHT 07 Date photo taken 12th February 2002 Other Information This is Markeaton Brook walk looking towards the city with Derby cathedral in view Photo Description Vernon Gate Friar Gate Image Reference No DP 190901NIGHT 08 Date photo taken 19th September 2001 Other Information This is an 8 second exposure The bright patches on the image are caused by the glass on the floodlights For more info on this area see my Friar Gate page HERE Photo Description Friar Gate bridge 1 Image Reference No DP 220202NIGHT 09 Date photo taken 22nd February 2002 Other Information This is Friar gate railway bridge looking towards the city centre Learn more about its maker Andrew Handyside Co Photo Description Friar Gate bridge 2 Image Reference No DP 190901NIGHT 10 Date photo taken 19th September 2001 Other Information The red lines you can see are caused by the light of passing cars travelling down the road Learn more about its maker Andrew Handyside Co Photo Description The Market place Image Reference No DP 240901NIGHT 11 Date photo taken 24th September 2001 Other Information The Market place viewed from the end of Sadlergate Photo Description Sadlergate Image Reference No DP 240901NIGHT 12 Date photo taken 24th September 2001 Other Information This is Sadlergate viewed from the Iron Gate end Photo Description Cheapside Image Reference No DP 011001NIGHT 13 Date photo taken 1st October 2001 Other Information This is Cheapside with Chompers in the middle of the photo Photo Description The Old Bell Hotel Image Reference No DP 011001NIGHT 14 Date photo taken 1st October 2001 Other Information This is the Old Bell Hotel on Sadlergate in the morning Photo Description The Market place in the rain Image Reference No DP 260901NIGHT 15 Date photo taken 26th September 2001 Other Information This is Derby s market place in the morning rain viewed from the end of St James street Photo Description The Market place Image Reference No DP 200901NIGHT 16 Date photo taken 20th September 2001 Other Information The yellow line to the right is caused by the flashing yellow light on the top of a council van as it moves towards the water feature Photo Description The Morledge Image Reference No DP 200901NIGHT 17 Date photo taken

    Original URL path: http://www.derbyphotos.co.uk/night/index.htm (2016-02-09)
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  • Main Index of Then and now photographs of Derby and Derbyshire by Andy Savage
    red X Quit button You MUST have a screen resolution of 1024x768 or greater to view these presentations I have designed them so that they use as much of the browser viewing window as possible A reasonable specification PC is required 850MHz otherwise the image fading will be extremely slow I have tested these presentations on all the current Jan 2008 popular browsers and they work fine on all 1 Microsoft Internet Explorer V7 0 5730 11 with ActiveX updates 2 Firefox V3 0 3 3 Opera V9 60 see note below 4 Netscape V9 0 0 5 see note below 5 Maxthon V2 0 6 9024 see note below 6 Safari V3 0 4 7 Deepnet V1 5 3 Note If you are using Opera Netscape or Maxthon or any other tabbed browser at 1024x768 resolution then you will need to press F11 on your keyboard to maximise the viewing area of the presentations otherwise you will not be able to see the full image area Pressing F11 again toggles the viewing mode back again The Then and now Photo collection The photos are organized in sets of five photos per page these are in no particular order Just click on a page set below then click a thumbnail and enjoy the show Photo Pages Click on a link below to view a set of 5 photos Descriptions of the locations featured in the set of photos Each page features five interactive then and now photographs below are details of the locations covered in each set Page 1 Saint Mary s Bridge and Chapel near Chester green Derby Hippodrome Theatre on Green Lane Derby Derby Market Hall inside view looking over the stalls Derby Burton Road corner with Abbey Street view Derby Bridge Inn pub rear view looking across the river Derwent Page 2 Alvaston Library Crewton Derby Railway transshipment buildings next to canal Cromford Derbyshire Victoria mills Draycott Derbyshire Derby canal Shelton Lock Derby Railway Terrace viewed from Pride Park flyover Derby Page 3 Markeaton Brook walk looking towards St Johns church Derby Camden Street Derby Morledge view Derby North Parade view Darley Abbey Derby 1018 Ashbourne road former site of Congregational Church Derby Page 4 Varsity pub Friar gate Derby The Green Findern Derbyshire Kedleston Road view with former Vinegar factory Derby Former Vinegar factory close up on Kedleston Road Derby Lloyds Bank building Corner of Iron gate and Sadler gate Derby Page 5 Training College Uttoxeter Road Derby College Primary school view from Great Northern Road Derby Borrowash Derbyshire Nottingham Road Derby Reginald Street baths Derby Page 6 Derby Cathedral View 1 from tower Derby Derby Cathedral View 2 from tower Derby Derby Market Place looking up to Iron Gate Derby Derby Corn Market looking up to the Market Place Derby Page 7 Arboretum Square entrance to Derby Arboretum Derby Slack Lane building work Derby Allenton Spider bridge Derby Western Road Mickleover Derby Derby Railway Station Derby Page 8 Derby River Gardens view 1 looking towards

    Original URL path: http://www.derbyphotos.co.uk/thenandnow/index.htm (2016-02-09)
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  • Time-lapse videos of Derby, England
    on the main index button at the bottom of this page All images Andy Savage 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 right click on one Note if you have Broadband Internet you may like to download some high quality time lapse videos from the Time lapse section on the Broadband Enhanced pages HERE Video Description Narrow boat rising up lock at Stenson Date photo taken 27th October 2001 Other Information This is a timelapse video of the narrow boat Wychway in the Deep lock at Stenson Marina You can watch it rise up 11 foot and then go upstream though the locks Movie File Size 268Kb AVI less than 1 min to load with 56K modem Right click and select Save Target as Video Description Repton to Rowditch in under 30 seconds Date photo taken 31st May 2002 Other Information This is a car jouney from Repton to Rowditch made from 272 photographs You can use the position slider bar to look at single frames Start of journey HERE End of journey HERE Movie File

    Original URL path: http://www.derbyphotos.co.uk/timelapse/index.htm (2016-02-09)
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  • Derby and Derbyshire Photo Wallpapers for your PC or MAC by Andy Savage.
    then edit the message before sending it from your default e mail client Wallpapers of Derby and Derbyshire scenes DP 180305WALL 01 Chester Green at Spring 2005 DP 180305WALL 02 Sunset at Repton Cross DP 180305WALL 03 The field at Tansley Car Boot DP 180305WALL 04 Alvaston Lake in Winter DP 180305WALL 05 Shardlow Lock at dusk DP 180305WALL 06 Derbys Silkmill at sunrise DP 180305WALL 07 The Cavendish Derby DP 180305WALL 08 Darley Abbey Weir Spring 2005 DP 180305WALL 09 Derby River gardens Black white DP 180305WALL 10 Goats at White Post Farm DP 180305WALL 11 Swans on Alvston lake B W DP 180305WALL 12 Darley Park Concert Fireworks DP 180305WALL 13 Findern Canal Bridge DP 030405WALL 14 Council House fountain DP 030405WALL 15 Market place corner DP 180305WALL 16 Fountain in the Morledge DP 030405WALL 17 Iron Gate and Cathedral view DP 030405WALL 18 Derby Rowing club on the Derwent DP 030405WALL 19 St Johns Terrace view DP 030405WALL 20 Derby Water feature Iron gate DP 030405WALL 21 Derby Water feature Corn market How to select your desktop wallpaper in other Browsers To select one of the photos as your wallpaper follow these very simple steps 1 Click on a thumbnail above and wait until the full image has fully loaded 2 Using your mouse press the RIGHT button and when the menu pops up select the option which reads Set As Background As you can see in this example by clicking here 3 Click on the photo with the normal left button to close the viewer window 4 If you minimise all windows you should now see your selected wallpaper in all its glory 5 If you are not happy with the selection then choose another one in the same way If at any time you would

    Original URL path: http://www.derbyphotos.co.uk/wallpapers/index.htm (2016-02-09)
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  • Friar Gate Railway Bridge, Handysides iconic structure from GNR's past.
    Group for saving the bridge and also to the local residents 135 years ago that demanded the bridge be highly decorated to request that Derby City Council maintain this bridge So please sign the online petition now to show your support for this cause Perhaps you have always taken the bridge for granted its been there for all these years Would you miss it if it were demolished Probably yes If the bridge is not restored soon then the damage you can see may make it beyond economical repair You can make a difference by signing the petition and by writing to the Council Friar Gate Bridge is no ordinary railway bridge as you can see in the photographs and 360 degree photography Please install Flash and turn on Javascript Although it is known as one bridge it is actually two bridges each bridge span carrying two pairs of railway tracks The west bridge near Pickfords House Museum was for trains traveling North towards Breadsall Railway Station with the pair of tracks nearest the outer edge for Slow Trains and the inner set of tracks adjacent to the other bridge span for Fast Trains The East bridge Ford Street side was for trains traveling South towards Mickleover Railway Station with the pair of tracks nearest the outer edge for Slow Trains and the inner set of tracks adjacent to the other bridge span for Fast Trains So if you were standing on the corner of Friar Gate Stafford Street corner looking towards Friar Gate Railway Bridge then trains would approach over the bridge from the right side for example from Skegness Bridge Design Friar Gate was a wealthy thoroughfare and the Council at the time felt that the bridge should be better than an ordinary plate girder bridge thus Andrew Handyside Co whose manager Alexander Buchanan was also a councilor and close friend of ex mayor Samuel Leech was instructed by the GNR to prepare three alternative bridge designs Several members of the Council visited Manchester where a number of ornamental bridges had been put up A highly ornamental cast iron design was chosen This was graced with abutments of dressed stone and intricately moulded parapets and spandrels which incorporated the town s buck in the park motif The creator Andrew Handyside and Company was an iron founder in Derby in the nineteenth century His output ranged from garden ornaments to railway bridges He produced lamp posts for the new gas street lighting one of which still exists in the Wardwick in Derby and was one of the first to produce the new standard Post Office letterboxes In 1871 it built the Trent Bridge at Nottingham and in 1872 the Albert Suspension Bridge in London Handyside died in 1887 and the firm gradually declined until it closed in 1911 The foundry was demolished and replaced by a housing estate the only remaining Clues that remain is a street named Handyside Street Off Duke Street near St Marys Bridge Details of

    Original URL path: http://www.derbyphotos.co.uk/features/friargatebridge/index.htm (2016-02-09)
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  • Guest Photos on derbyphotos, other peoples photographs around Derby and Derbyshire.
    Photograph Index Page This page is the main index for guest photography Title of Guest Photography Subject of the photographs Quantity of photos Richard Grant collection Views over Derby Market

    Original URL path: http://www.derbyphotos.co.uk/guestphotos/index.htm (2016-02-09)
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  • Derby Arboretum, Derby, England - Photographs & History of Englands first public park
    by Steam train to sing dance and listen to the bands who would play in the Band stand The Prime Minister Lord Palmerston presented Derby with two cannons and these were placed in the Arboretum I m not sure these are here today Unfortunately in recent years this park has been allowed to fall into a state of disrepair But this is about to change as a 5 6 Million regeneration project is just starting to restore this park to its former glory For a large scale map location with the park indicated with an arrow click HERE For an Aerial photo of the park area click HERE Photo Description Arboretum pathway Image Reference No DP 040701ARBOR 01 Exact Map location Click HERE Date photo taken 4th July 2001 Other Information The Arboretum is a smallish park but it is landscaped like this so it seems quite large as you walk around it there used to be a great statue of a Boar at the end of this path which was made of Italian marble designed by John Coffee It was removed following damage during World War Two Photo Description Arboretum pathway Image Reference No DP 040701ARBOR 02 Date photo taken 4th July 2001 Other Information The fountain can be seen here in the distance Photo Description Arboretum Fountain Image Reference No DP 040701ARBOR 03 Date photo taken 4th July 2001 Other Information This cast iron fountain was built in 1840 and it still works although not at the time I took this photograph Photo Description Arboretum summer house Image Reference No DP 040701ARBOR 04 Date photo taken 4th July 2001 Other Information This is one of the summer houses that are around the perimeter of the park The statue of Sir Henry Royce made in 1933 used to be

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