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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 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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Bakewell Museum Feb 17
Victorian Bakewell KS1&2 An Adult Tour is also available via
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Peak In The Past Feb 17
Belated Valentine's themed pic...'Romantic Rocks', Matlock Bath, 1849, popular haunt of Victorian lovers...
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Bill Gordon Feb 15
1815 Fairbanks collection 'Gatehouse' sometimes referred to as 'Yatehouse' 'Ridgeway common land'
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Bill Gordon Feb 14
Fulwood Booth farm at Redmires 'what's left today and what it was! before it was demolished
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Bill Gordon Feb 13
Drawing of Stanage Cottage 'Bandy-cock hall'
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Bill Gordon Feb 13
1821 North Lees for sale 252 acres pre-enclosures
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Bill Gordon Feb 13
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Bill Gordon Feb 11
Unbelievable find is this unseen till now, 1927 photo of Stanage cottage or known to locals as Bandy Cock Hall. A stunner
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Bill Gordon Feb 9
1922 map Upper Padley The Dore & Chinley railway with Grindleford Station and Padley Saw mill.
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Bill Gordon Feb 8
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Bill Gordon Feb 6
Exquisite part map showing Lead Cupola and Callow farm
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Bill Gordon Feb 5
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Bill Gordon Feb 5
Site of the Greer Green school at the junction of Coggers and Birley lane
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Peak In The Past Feb 4
Rowsley Women's Institute Annual 'Horticultural Show and Handicrafts Exhibition' opening, Sep 1933
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Bill Gordon Feb 3
The 'Lords Seat' Redmires
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Bill Gordon Feb 2
Exquisite map 1795 William Fairbanks 'The Lords Seat Redmires' and the 'The Long Causey'
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Bill Gordon Feb 2
Stoney Ridge Toll Bar Cottage with William Wint's carriage
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Bill Gordon Feb 1
9 miles to Tideswell and 16 miles to Buxton 'and the pox be upon you!!'Reinstated mile stone Houndkirk track.
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