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Peak In The Past
Community heritage group exploring the Peak District through the secrets of its past...
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Bill Gordon 23h
Early Access pioneer (long distance walker) Cecil Dawson "Colonel' famous bogtrotter of the 1902-16 period
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Bill Gordon 23h
from looking down onto Stanage cottage, photo pre war
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Sheffield Libraries Jun 15
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Bill Gordon Jun 14
Norfolk Arms Ringinglow
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Peak In The Past Jun 13
Travel down old turnpikes of the Peak District drawing on archives :
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Peak In The Past Jun 13
Replying to @KBGoddard
Thanks for sharing, hopefully it proves to be of interest and sheds some light on the murky mystery of the Peaks!
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Peak In The Past Jun 13
Replying to @SMHCCG
Ooh well found! This report dovetails nicely with notes of Wm Longsden found in Derbyshire Record Office which names possible perpetrators!
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Stoney Middleton Jun 13
Thought this might be of interest RE Carlswark cavern. Found it while doing some local research
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Occasionally Lost Jun 7
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Bill Gordon Jun 5
Mile stone depicts skull and cross bones, Tideswell 9 miles, Buxton 16 miles Houndkirk road
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Bill Gordon Jun 5
R for Rogers? Overstones farm.
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Bill Gordon Jun 5
Clarion Ramblers, Overstones farm
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Bill Gordon May 31
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Peak In The Past May 27
Maynard Arms Hotel Grindleford advert 1912, sprung floor ballroom in place over 100 years ago...
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Bill Gordon May 25
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Peak In The Past May 25
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Bill Gordon May 24
Hi up, impressively carved initials and date marks. Millstone Edge actual year is debatable would love to think 1657,1653?
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Mike Critchlow May 17
Matlock by W Marlow '1740-1813' (Buxton Museum & Art Gallery)
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Peak In The Past May 16
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Bill Gordon May 15
Evocative view of the demolished Ashopton village
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