It is thanks to two booklets by Frank Rodgers that this page has been developed.
Curiosities of Derbyshire the Peak District 1992 and
More Curiosities of Derbyshire the Peak District 2002.
A few additional sites have also been found and added.
If any other interesting locations are known then please contact me with relevant information.
Alfreton 0 miles milepost Alport Warning sign to vagabonds found in Alport Ashbourne skulls on church gateposts Ashford in the Water bridge inscription toll bar house with gate and bell on gable end Ashover pulp millstone wall at Old Engine farm Royal Observer Corps post White Lion Inn Ault Hucknall the smallest village carpenter's tomb Barlborough Golden Gate memorial Baslow hydropathic establishment sanctuary knocker at St Anne's church church clock dog whip Nelson's monument Birchover cottage porch constructed with pulp roller cores Cratcliffe Hermitage Rowtor Rocks stocks at Upper Town Bolsover defensive earthworks Bradley church bell Buxton Buxton to Macclesfield turnpike milestone Castleton statue from the demolished Derwent Hall now at Castleton YHA Chapel en le Frith stocks bull's head market cross Chatsworth Park corn mill deer fence hunting tower Jubilee Rock millenium celebration stone ridge and furrow cultivation time capsule troughs Chesterfield the Crooked Spire 1824 gas lamp now relocated Chelmorton stone phone box Illy-Willy-water golden locust weather vane Cromford cannon bollard Cromford Bridge fishing temple Cromford Bridge chapel Cromford Bridge inscription ornate railway station tufa cottage in the Via Gellia Curbar Cundy graves the lockup Darley Dale lepers window - a narrow window left open during church services unusual pulp roller wall to alleviate flooding Sydnope Stand folly weavers tomb in St Helens churchyard Whitworth shell on house gable end Derwent valley memorial to Tip Earl Sterndale the quiet woman Fenny Bentley Beresford tomb Beresford chapel ceiling with aluminium panels Goyt valley shrine to Dolores governess to the children at Errwood Hall Shrine to the Blessed Virgin Mary - roadside shrine Grindleford Fair Flora Hathersage ornate street lamp Hardwick estate serpent gate latches Hope Probably the last surviving building from Birchinlee (Tin Town) Hopton crinkle crankle wall ice house Ible Twelve Apostles Matlock Bailey's Tump bee boles cuckoo stone elephant overlooking Hall Leys Park ground station zero - clandestine WWII radio station tramway terminus Milltown unique mounting block and trough One Ash Grange monks cold store Roystone Grange pump house to supply compressed air during CHPR construction Rowsley unusual lamp donated by John Holmes, farmer and village blacksmith Sheldon memorial stone Snitterton bull ring Spinkhill clock cottage Spital Dr Da Silva leper hospital Stoney Middleton toll house Tansley Bakewell Union sign Thorpe arrow sharpening grooves on church porch Coldwall bridge - former coach road but is now virtually disused unusually tall sundial Ticknall village water supply Tissington the old slaughterhouse - now the butcher's shop Titanic disaster headstone Tunstead tunstead quarry blasting shelter Winster ore house for keep miners' lead ore safe Youlgrave unusual farm gateposts Youlgrave or Youlgreave? - various spellings of this Peak district village the village water supply Thimble Hall - world's smallest detached house
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