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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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Part of a Saxon Cross in churchyard Taddington 'was it used for sharping scythes'
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Bill Gordon Aug 17
Fairbanks collection and sketch from early 19thC of new road and bridge at Upper Burbage
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Bill Gordon Jul 27
W.A.Poucher 1964, Balcony cave StanageEdge
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Cath Feely Jul 21
Great post from Paige, one of our wonderful graduates, now at
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Bill Gordon Jul 21
Thorp farm and Birley, beautiful detail map with Ridgeway common
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Bill Gordon Jul 21
Crow Chin and the two Bronze Age Barrows Fairbanks collection
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Bill Gordon Jul 21
Lovely sketch from the wonderful 'The Buck Stone' pre-enclosure survey 1809
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Stoney Middleton Jul 20
Is this the only picture in existence?............
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Bill Gordon Jul 20
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Bill Gordon Jul 20
superb info on 'Yate House' 'Outseats-Outlane' and the 'Poor House' building no 416
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Bill Gordon Jul 17
Moscar End stone from the incredible Fairbanks collection
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Bill Gordon Jul 17
Exquisite doddle from Fairbanks collection 'Wheel stones' Derwent Edge funny little figures on top
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Bill Gordon Jul 17
amazing day in the FC FB 121 Crow Chin Barrows and Standing stone now laid flat
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Mike Critchlow Jul 13
Replying to @MikeCritchlow
Here's an old water colour image (Buxton Museum) of roughly the same view c.1800 ?
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Mike Critchlow Jul 12
Peveril Castle (orig called 'Peak Castle') viewed from the old Hope road. Castleton
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Bill Gordon Jul 9
For sale North Lees 1821 includes A 'Valuable paper mill' and 'Cow Close farm'
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Peak In The Past Jul 10
Replying to @DPolicemuseum
Thanks! One of the Bradwell policemen Stanley Bradwell, DCM and MC winner in WW1 later became police superintendent in Derby!
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