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WEBCAM locations - click on links to go to specific webcam sites. Burton high Street Buxton Buxton - Harper Hill Cat and Fiddle Inn Darley Dale Derby to the SW Derby peregrine falcons Etwall Flash Stores on the A53 Leek Litton Matlock Bath Millstone Edge Monsal Dale Swadlincote High Street Upper Hulme Willington Wirksworth Jodrell Bank
One of Smith Partnership's offices is located on Burton's High Street, opposite the infamous 'Burton Bollard'. This webcam has a view of the Burton Bollard, and also of the busy High Street.
On their site the webcam image will automatically refreshed every 30 seconds.
Refreshed every 3 seconds if you visit the site.
at the HSL site, above Harpur Hill, Buxton
Location SK055705 - Height 390 Mts
Updated every 30 minutes
Webcam at the Cat and Fiddle Inn on the A537 between Buxton and Macclesfield looking north west.
The Cat and Fiddle Inn is doubly famous, both as the second highest inn in England, and by giving its name to the A537, the Cat and Fiddle pass over the hills that separate the Peak District’s “Derbyshire Dales” from Staffordshire and the Cheshire Plain to the west.
Webcam at BRM solicitors.
In Chesterfield town centre near the Town Hall, Saltergate.
Webcams at Darley Dale from Mike and Sally.
visit their Weather Page for Current Local Weather, 7 day forecast and more.
Webcam on the sixth floor of Smith Partners solicitors office, providing views to the South-West.
Amongst the trees is the Grade II listed Friargate Bonded Warehouse which formed part of the goods yard of Friargate Station, closed in 1967 under the 'Beeching Axe'.
Peregrine Falcons first nested on Derby's Cathedral, England, in 2006. The Peregrine Project is now run by a partnership between Derbyshire Wildlife Trust, Derby City Council, Derby Cathedral and the Cathedral Quarter.
click on link to be directed to webcams page
This webcam was installed in August 2009 and looks south down the A53 towards Leek. At an alttitude of 460 metres, the webcam is just 40 metres lower than the summit of the road where it traverses Axe Edge. On the right side of the web cam picture is Oliver Hill and just out of view on the left is the Traveller's Rest public house.
town centre webcams
This live image is updated every minute.
It is at the west end of Litton Village Green at Willow Croft Holiday Cottage.
the live image is updated every 60 seconds from around sunrise to nightfall weekdays and weekends. These hours show Matlock Bath at its best.
The live image may be updated more often and for longer periods for show purposes.
The site itself was launched in May 2004 and is available around the clock.
Webcam facing north east towards Millstone Edge
This Peak District Webcam shows the view down Monsal Dale, near Cressbrook and not far from Bakewell. The view is looking down the Dale towards Monsal Head. The valley is that of the River Wye.
Does not update here but regularly on its own site.
on Swadlincotes's pedestrianised High Street
Smith Partnership's offices is located on Swadlincotes's pedestrianised High Street. The many vibrant market stalls pitch up along this street on Market days, which are Tuesday, Friday and Saturday.
On their site the webcam image will automatically refresh every 30 seconds
webcam at The Winking Man pub on the A53 Leek to Buxton road.
Now a Flash Player.
Unfortunately this webcam suffers from extremely slow broadband.
WILLINGTON - Mercia marina
On the peaceful and tranquil non-flooding Trent and Mersey Canal, halfway between Fradley Junction and Trent Lock/Sawley, in the heart of England’s canal country.
At the Ecclesbourne Valley Railway there are three webcams.
the station overview
the loading point and
the middle yard
Lovell Telescope Webcam
in Cheshire but the three webcams are great - visit their site to see them all.
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