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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 Mar 25
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The Sheffield Lady Mar 21
Old House Museum - Cunningham Place, Bakewell - Workhouse Clock...
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Bill Gordon Mar 17
Sidney Addys map of Burbage and Houndkirk Moor
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Bill Gordon Mar 17
'Pounslow Cross' Burbage Moor, l know about it, but will have been a significant feature in landscape
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Peak In The Past Mar 17
fantastic! This pic of the bridge resembles a hirsute highwayman of centuries past!
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Bill Gordon Mar 16
Thieves Bridge on the Houndkirk Track map pre Oxdale lodge/Badger house
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Bill Gordon Mar 16
Waymarker (Milestone) on the 1758 Turnpike road - Houndkirk Track - Packhorse route
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Peak In The Past Mar 15
Very pleased with our latest local news feature in on our reminiscence work with Bakewell care home residents
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Peak In The Past Mar 11
that must have been some trek in the depths of winter! Kids today don't know how lucky they are!
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Peak In The Past Mar 10
Lovely history session at Great Hucklow Primary School, village can be very proud of its pupils and history!
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Bill Gordon Mar 7
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Bill Gordon Mar 7
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Bill Gordon Mar 6
Millstones under the Triq Point early 20thC
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Bill Gordon Mar 6
Land dispute in the centre of 1820s there's even a prison!
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Bill Gordon Mar 6
Held history in my hands today, (apart from my hand) flint arrowhead found in so delicate
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Bill Gordon Mar 3
William Benrose 1869 North Lees Hall
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HE Archive Feb 24
The tower of Derwent's St James and St John’s Church exposed above the waterline of Ladybower Reservoir, Derbys 1947
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Bill Gordon Feb 24
Lovely photo of viaduct with Ashopton Inn nearly demolished
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Bill Gordon Feb 19
Greens house paper mill,at its height of production in mid 19thC 7 tons of paper was produce per week.
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Peak In The Past Feb 17
ah good to hear it's still remembered and you get to interact with its present day (albeit underwater!) residents😜
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