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  • Photographs of the Eagle Centre in the City of Derby, England
    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 Photos of the Eagle Centre in Derby City Town centre Derbyshire The Eagle Centre was completed in 1975 and opened by Sir Derek Ezra MBE it replaced terraced housing built in the early 1820s The street names included Castle Street Burrough s Walk and Eagle Street which lent its name to the shopping centre See the old photos section for some photos of this area as it was The Eagle Centre has been completely changed since these photos It is now Westfield Derby Photo Description Eagle Centre East Street entrance Image Reference No DP 241001CITYEAGLECENT 01 Date photo taken 24th October 2001 Other Information This is the Eagle centre as you enter from the East street entrance where Virgin megastore is Photo Description Eagle Centre Main area Image Reference No DP 241001CITYEAGLECENT 02 Date photo taken 24th October 2001 Other Information This is where the stairs from the car park emerge into the Eagle centre Ahead you can see the a cafe area Behind me is

    Original URL path: http://www.derbyphotos.co.uk/areas_city/eaglecentre.htm (2016-02-09)
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  • Friar gate, Derby, Derbyshire, England - Photographs and History
    built in 1880 It now looks as though it is used as a storage room by a furniture shop Photo Description Pickford s House museum garden Image Reference No DP 280501CITYFRIAR 08 Date photo taken 28th May 2001 Other Information This well kept formal English garden is to be found at the side and back of Pickford House see next photo This reconstruction of an 18th century formal garden was laid out and planted by students and staff of the derbyshire College of Agriculture and Horticulture with funds raised by the friends of derby Museum and Art Gallery The garden was opened by HRH The Prince Edward on 1st June 1991 IT was replanted in June 2006 and a Georgian garden party took place on 8th July 2006 To view a 360 degree photograph of the Georgian Garden click HERE to see my entry in the World Wide Panorama website Photo Description Pickford s House museum Image Reference No DP 160901CITYFRIAR 09 Date photo taken 16th September 2001 Other Information This is Pickford s House Museum of Georgian Life and Historic Costume at 41 Friar gate The house was built in 1770 Joseph Pickford was a famous Georgian Derby architect For more info click HERE Photo Description Zizzi bar Image Reference No DP 200701CITYFRIAR 10 Exact Map Location Click HERE Date photo taken 20th July 2001 Other Information This building is called Gell s House and was built in the mid 17th Century as town houses In 1860 it was sold to Copestake and sons who converted it to a grocery provisions store Since 1986 it has been the home of many different things such as Boaters bar Outta Mongolia Moov and now it is Zizzi Located on the corner of George Street Friar Gate Photo Description Sodabar Image Reference No DP 110802CITYFRIAR 11 Exact Map Location Click HERE Date photo taken 11th August 2002 Other Information The Sodabar is located at 110a Friargate it opened on 16th March 2001 It was formerly the Mansion nightclub and underwent a 150 00 refurbishment In the past it has also been The warehouse nightclub Update April 2006 I think this is now Moods Photo Description Gate House night club and Carlton casino Image Reference No DP 200701CITYFRIAR 12 Date photo taken 20th July 2001 Other Information This building was built in 1889 as offices for the Gas light coke company Since 1979 it has been converted into various nightclubs and bars such as Ma Baker s Saint James club and now the Gate House The left part of the building is used as a casino The Gatehouse is the home of BlendClubbing Update April 2006 This is now called RED Photo Description Carlton Casino entrance Image Reference No DP 110702CITYFRIAR 13 Exact Map Location Click HERE Date photo taken 11th July 2002 Other Information This nicely decorated doorway is the entrance to the Carlton Casino at No 6 Friar gate This is housed in the left part of the old Gas Coke

    Original URL path: http://www.derbyphotos.co.uk/areas_city/friargate.htm (2016-02-09)
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  • The Silk Mill - Derby's Museum of Industry and History, Derbyshire, England - Photographs and History
    Derby s Industrial Museum located near Derby cathedral On this day there happened to be a steam power exhibition on For more information about this museum click HERE The silk mill was built in 1718 by George Sorocold for the Lombe brothers Photo Description The arches from the original silk mill Image Reference No DP 020701CITYINDUST 03 Date photo taken 2nd July 2001 Other Information In 1718 George Sorocold built a five storey water powered silk mill here for John Lombe This was Britain s first factory In 1826 and 1910 it was damaged by fires These arches are the remains of the original mill base The tower is the only other original part remaining to this day Photo Description Derby Industrial museum Image Reference No DP 020701CITYINDUST 04 Date photo taken 2nd July 2001 Other Information This is Derby s Industrial Museum with the river side garden next to it To look at a 360 panoramic photograph taken from the gardens here Visit my panoramic photos page by clicking HERE Photo Description Detail on the Bakewell Gates Image Reference No DP 140403CITYINDUST 05 Date photo taken 14th April 2002 Other Information These Grade II listed wrought iron gates were built in 1725 by Robert Bakewell Between 1934 and 1988 they stood beside the library in the Wardwick Photo Description Derby Industrial museum Cathedral Image Reference No DP 241001CITYINDUST 06 Date photo taken 24th October 2001 Other Information I took this photo of the Silk Mill building and Derby Cathedral from the edge of the river bank on Phoenix Street Photo Description River Derwent near the Derby Industrial museum Image Reference No DP 020601CITYINDUST 07 Date photo taken 2nd June 2001 Other Information This is the view of the river next to the museum The building in the distance is the Council house Photo Description Derby Industrial museum Aero engine display Image Reference No DP 020601CITYINDUST 08 Date photo taken 2nd June 2001 Other Information This is one of the many engines on display in the museum Photo Description Grasshopper beam engine Image Reference No DP 020601CITYINDUST 09 Date photo taken 2nd June 2001 Other Information This is George Fletcher s Victorian steam powered half beam engine called Grasshopper which is Five horsepower It was built around 1850 and can be seen running on Bank Holidays Photo Description Cathedral view from Derby Industrial museum Image Reference No DP 160901CITYINDUST 10 Date photo taken 16th September 2001 Other Information This is Derby s Cathedral viewed from next to the statue of Bonnie Prince Charlie Photo Description Statue of Bonnie Prince Charlie Image Reference No DP 050402CITYINDUST 11 Date photo taken 5th April 2002 Other Information This is statue is located on the grass near the Industrial Museum at the rear of Derby Cathedral Photo Description Statue Museum view Image Reference No DP 130703CITYINDUST 12 Date photo taken 13th July 2003 Other Information Here you can see the statue and The Silk Mill Derby s Museum of Industry and History Photo Description

    Original URL path: http://www.derbyphotos.co.uk/areas_city/industmus.htm (2016-02-09)
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  • Photographs around Iron Gate & Sadler Gate in the City of Derby, England
    memorial to Bess of Hardwick Photo Description The top of Iron Gate next to Bennett s Date photo taken 15th June 2001 Other Information This is a photo of Iron Gate looking down toward the centre of town Bennett s which was built in 1734 is to the left of me Photo Description Iron Gate and top of Sadler gate Date photo taken 15th June 2001 Other Information This is a photo of the end of Sadler Gate where it meets Iron Gate The building on the corner now Lloyds TSB Bank was built in 1700 Photo Description Iron Gate Sadler gate view Date photo taken 2nd March 2003 Other Information This is another view Sadler Gate where it meets Irongate taken in the Spring of 2003 Photo Description Iron Gate Date photo taken 15th June 2001 Other Information This is Iron Gate looking in the direction of the Cathedral Photo Description Derby Cathedral and Iron Gate Date photo taken 8th Septemebr 2002 Other Information This is Derby Cathedral as viewed looking up Iron Gate from the Market Place in Derby Photo Description Joseph Wright street furniture Date photo taken 24th October 2001 Other Information This Tribute to Joseph Wright is located on Iron Gate near to the Standing Order pub Photo Description The Bell hotel in Sadler Gate Date photo taken 23rd June 2001 Other Information This is an old coaching inn built in 1680 The timbers were added in 1928 Back in 1990 s I spent many a good Friday night here Very packed with a very loud sound system Forget talking to anyone in here you don t stand a chance To look at photograph taken at Night from here Visit my night time photos page by clicking HERE Photo Description The entrance to Vines Date photo

    Original URL path: http://www.derbyphotos.co.uk/areas_city/irongate.htm (2016-02-09)
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  • Photographs in & around the Market Hall in the City of Derby, England
    Please wait until all the thumbnail photos have loaded before you click on one Photos of Derby Market Hall in Derby City Town centre Derbyshire The Market Hall is a Victorian structure built in 1864 1866 at a c ost of 29 000 It was opened to the public in 1866 The foundation stone was laid in February 16th 1864 by the Mayor Thomas Roe Esq In 1989 the Market hall was restored and opened by HRH the Princess Margaret Countess of Snowdon on 27th November 1989 Photo Description Looking out from the Market Hall entrance Date photo taken 24th October 2001 Other Information This is the Market place entrance to the Market Hall The floor is cobbled in wood If you walk out ahead you will be in the Market Place where the War memorial stands The Fish Poultry market moved to the area just ahead of this in 1985 Photo Description A Fruit n veg Stall in the Market Hall Date photo taken 24th October 2001 Other Information This is one of the many traders in this hall Thanks to the stall holder for giving me permission to take this shot He s the one in the Hat Photo Description A view over the stalls from the Balcony Date photo taken 24th October 2001 Other Information This is a view from the balcony looking over the many stalls Photo Description Terrazza Cafe Date photo taken 24th October 2001 Other Information This cafe is located on the Balcony at one end of the Market Hall Photo Description A view over the stalls from half way up the stairs Date photo taken 24th October 2001 Other Information This is a view from half way up the stairs looking over the many stalls Photo Description Iron structure on ceiling Date photo

    Original URL path: http://www.derbyphotos.co.uk/areas_city/markethall.htm (2016-02-09)
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  • Photographs around Derby Market Place in the City of Derby, England
    No DP 150601CITYMARKETPL 05 Date photo taken 15th June 2001 Other Information This is the infamous water feature in the market place Some people like it and some people hate it On a Friday night this is where you might see drunken revellers getting a bit wet To look at a 360 panoramic photograph taken from the top of this water feature Visit my panoramic photos page by clicking HERE Photo Description The waterfall feature in the market place Image Reference No DP 160901CITYMARKETPL 06 Date photo taken 16th September 2001 Other Information This is a view of the water feature with Iron gate behind it The rounded building in the background is the Derbyshire Building Society The building was originally built for Barlow and Taylor in 1925 Photo Description The GuildHall in the Market place Image Reference No DP 150601CITYMARKETPL 07 Exact Map Location Click HERE Date photo taken 15th June 2001 Other Information This is the GuildHall in the Market place which is opposite the Assembly rooms The building to the left of the Guild hall used to be the Police Station this is why the entrance to the market hall is called Lock up yard The guild hall former Town hall was built in 1842 and designed by Henry Duesbury To find out what is currently on at the GuildHall theatre click HERE Photo Description Derby market place Image Reference No DP 020601CITYMARKETPL 08 Date photo taken 2nd June 2001 Other Information This is Derby s market place situated in front of the Assembly rooms This area is used for open air concerts and fairgrounds To look at photograph taken at Night from here Visit my night time photos page by clicking HERE Photo Description The Royal Oak building Image Reference No DP 241001CITYMARKETPL 09 Date photo

    Original URL path: http://www.derbyphotos.co.uk/areas_city/marketplace.htm (2016-02-09)
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  • Photographs of Midland road & Pride Park areas of Derby, England
    built on what was for many years wasteland left over from the old railway Vast areas were reclaimed and cleared to make way for what is now a large ever expanding business park It is the home of Derby county s new football ground which moved there in 1997 Pride Park also has a selection of Hotels such as Express By Holiday Inn Premier Inn Ramada Encore hotel Derby and Travelodge Derby Pride Park Photo Description Pride Park stadium Image Reference No DP 202004CITYPRIDEPARK 01 Date photo taken 20th February 2004 Other Information This is the home ground of Derby County This is a large image so you will need to use the scroll bar at the bottom of the large image viewer Photo Description Pride Park stadium home of D C F C Aerial photograph Click HERE Date photo taken 31st May 2001 Other Information This is the home ground of Derby County Football Club Derbys team is known as The Rams and they moved to this new ground in 1997 They used to play at their ground in Normanton called The baseball ground For more info on the Rams click HERE Photo Description Railway Terrace from Pride Parkway Date photo taken 31st May 2001 Other Information This is a shot of the Brunswick pub taken from Pride Parkway bridge as it goes over the railway lines The road is Railway Terrace which leads to Derby train station The stone work to the right of the lights is what remains of a bridge which used to go over the old Derby canal Photo Description The old Derby canal bridge with evidence of it s past Date photo taken 26th July 2001 Other Information This is the railway bridge which is sited just left of the above photo This used to be a Derby canal bridge The grooves shown in the red circle were left by years of canal boats being pulled by horses through here This bridge sits directly under the new Pride Parkway road flyover which dominates this area Railway Terrace is opposite Derby train station The houses were Railway cottages probably the earliest such development in the country They were built by the North Midland Railway Company between 1841 and 1843 for its employees at the same time as the Station and the Midland Hotel to designs of the architect Francis Thompson In 1979 Derby Civic Society campaigned strongly against the proposed demolition for road works of this large block of terraced housing which formed a triangle bordered by a main road and factories with the listed Brunswick Inn at its apex The Derby Historic Buildings Trust was approached by the Civic Society and together after eight months effort Derby City Council was persuaded to abandon its proposed road scheme sell the buildings to the Trust set up Conservation and General Improvement Areas and list the cottages Over the next three years seventeen different house types varying from two bedroomed cottages to substantial four bed roomed houses

    Original URL path: http://www.derbyphotos.co.uk/areas_city/midland_road.htm (2016-02-09)
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  • Photographs around The Morledge in the City of Derby, England
    Council House Date photo taken 22nd June 2001 Other Information This is the Council house near the Assembly rooms Where the fountain is here there used to be an ornamental fishpond with two bronze tortoises These tortoises now reside at the front hall of Allestree Park in Derby The council house was designed by C H Aslin Photo Description The fountain and the Council House Date photo taken 16th September 2001 Other Information This is the the fountain in front of the Council house Photo Description The fountain and the Council House Date photo taken 15th April 2002 Other Information This is a rather stunning shot of the same fountain looking the best it has ever done Photo Description Magistrates court Date photo taken 15th June 2001 Other Information This is the magistrates court and a new garden area to the right Photo Description The new garden area Date photo taken 5th July 2001 Other Information These gardens were built in front of Corporation street For many years there used to be an underpass to get to the other side This was then filled in but then it remained as what was know as the hole in the town centre They have now built these gardens on this area Photo Description Boy and the Goose statue Date photo taken 5th July 2001 Other Information This statue sits in the new gardens that were built where the hole was It used to be sited here until the council house was built in 1939 when it was moved to the River Gardens now it has been moved back here again Photo Description Assembly rooms Date photo taken 5th July 2001 Other Information This is a photo of the Assembly rooms taken from the Morledge The fountain in front was built in 1957

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