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River Sett just before joining the Goyt at New Mills
Riverside Sensory Gardens, Bakewell. Opened in 2006 by Lord Manners, don't y' know
Bridge on the River Wye. This Grade I listed five-arched bridge was constructed in the 13th century, and is one of the few surviving remnants of this earlier period. It still carries modern traffic (A619)
Fox Inn, Brookbottom
Looking for a good Autumn to come.
Wirksworth Micro Brewery.Buy it here or drink it in the local pubs.
Ruins of Torr Mill. It was originally built by Samuel Schofield some time before 1794 beside the confluence of the rivers Goyt and Sett in order to take advantage of the water power. It burned down in 1838, was rebuilt and ran until 1912 when it burned down again and was destroyed.
Torrs Park gorge walls
Ducks, geese, herring gulls and coots wait to feed the people lined up on the bridge.
Church St Bridge from Riverside Gardens
Original UK Telehone Box, once ubiquitous, now sadly very rare - and often smelly.
Canal Interchange. It's where the Peak Forest Canal from Buxworth meets the Peak Forest Canal from Whaley and they both meet the Peak Forest Canal to Marple. Alright, it's not Spaghetti junction but it's all we've got.
Black's Head Inn.They are now re-displaying their original and ancient sign again after much public demand.
Fifteenth century alms houses, lovingly restored in the seventies.
Confluence of the Goyt and Sett, Torrs Hydro and weir, ruins of Torr Mill with Union St Bridge at the rear. An example of a picture with too much going on really.
River Sett at New Millls
Whaley Bridge from Long Hill
Simplified version of my previous shot from a slightly different vewpoint which I think is a bit less confusing.
Brookbottom - about as small a hamlet as one could get.
Thar she blows
Wirksworth Micro Brewery that I looked around today. Maybe there is a trend developing here.
Parish church of St Mary's, Wirksworth. This 152 foot long church dates from the thirteenth century although there has been a church here since the sixth century.
Hartington Upper Quarter
Homes for the Bewildered
North Yorks Railway
Peak Forest Canal
St Elizabeth Parish
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