DERBYSHIRE HERITAGE Derbyshire Peak District - higger-tor


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
Chesterfield the Crooked Spire
1824 gas lamp now relocated
Chelmorton stone phone box
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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