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"Dam Buster" Lancaster Bomber - Probably the most beautiful British WWII bomber.

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Dried Stone Wall

Above the Ladybower Reservoir in Derbyshire, this dry stone wall leads down from Bamford Edge.

Snow Contours by Simon Bull ~ View from Bamford Edge overlooking the Ladybower Reservoir in the Derbyshire Peak District, UK. What A Beautiful Day, Beautiful World, Beautiful Places, Amazing Places, San Rafael, Peak District, English Countryside, Derbyshire, The Great Outdoors
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Snow Contours

What a beautiful day on Sunday. This was the view from Bamford Edge overlooking the Ladybower Reservoir in the Derbyshire Peak District, UK. Just loved the snow contoured by the wind. Oh, and the rest of the view of course!

The remains of the two flooded villages Derwent and Ashopton could be seen during a very dry summer fourteen years after the dam was opened Abandoned Buildings, Abandoned Places, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Great Places, Beautiful Places, Lost Village, Sunken City, Sheffield England
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LiteratureSetInThePeakDistrict: Deep Secret

Ashopton was a small village in Derbyshire, England, in the vale of the River Ashop. In the early the village was demolished to make way for the filling of Ladybower Reservoir. Derwent Valley, Lost Village, Sunken City, South Yorkshire, Peak District, Local History, Derbyshire, Abandoned Buildings, Ghost Towns
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Ashopton was a small village in Derbyshire, England, in the vale of the River Ashop. In the early 1940s, the village was demolished to make way for the filling of Ladybower Reservoir.

Derwent Village that was flooded to create the Ladybower Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Peak District England, Lost Village, Sunken City, Lancaster Bomber, Northern England, South Yorkshire

Old & Historical Photos of Derbyshire & Nottingham

Browse thousands of historical photos of Derby, Derbyshire and Nottingham. The Picture the Past image archive documents the landmarks, communities and history of this diverse English county. Use our archive for research, or you can buy art prints, canvas prints, gifts and licensed images. Browse now.

This photograph is taken from a BBC film about Ladybower reservoir made in the and on show here . The reservoir was formed in 1943 b. Great Places, Places To Go, Beautiful Places, Peak District England, Chesterfield Derbyshire, Derwent Valley, Lost Village, Sheffield England, Northern England

The Village That Died For Derbyshire

This photograph is taken from a BBC film about Ladybower reservoir made in the 1960's and on show here . The reservoir was formed in 1943 b...

Derwent Hall, Derwent, Derbyshire - built in 1672 for Henry Balguy of The Hagg (another seat nearby), demolished 1944 to make way for Ladybower Reservoir. Town And Country, Country Houses, Welsh Country, Lost Village, Sunken City, English Architecture, Castles In England, Northern England, Make Way

The Lost Villages of Ashopton and Derwent | All things Hikes, Technology & Recruitment

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The village of Derwent in Derbyshire as well as Ashopton can be found today several dozens of metres under the surface of Ladybower Reservoir, built in 1945 to provide drinking water to the north and east Midlands. Lost Village, Sunken City, South Yorkshire, Peak District, History Photos, Local History, Derbyshire, Sheffield, See Photo

Ladybower under construction

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Ashopton viaduct under construction

The old toll house in Ashopton, one of the photos in a set expected to sell for just at auction next week Local History, British History, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Peak District England, Derwent Valley, Lost Village, Toll House
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It's Derbyshire's Atlantis! Stunning images show 'lost' village

This remarkable set of photographs of the 'drowned' British village of Ashopton is going up for auction, showing what it looked like in the late 19th and early 20th century before it was flooded.

'Old Toll Bar House, Ashopton' by Kenneth Rowntree for the 'Recording Britain' project, 1940 (watercolour) Elephant And Castle, English Artists, Royal College Of Art, Christmas Drawing, Modern Art, Past, Watercolor, Illustration, British
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First Known When Lost

First Known When Lost: Kenneth Rowntree -Ashopton

'Old Toll Bar House, Ashopton' by Kenneth Rowntree for the 'Recording Britain' project, 1940 (watercolour) Elephant And Castle, English Artists, Royal College Of Art, Christmas Drawing, Modern Art, Past, Watercolor, Illustration, British
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First Known When Lost

First Known When Lost: Kenneth Rowntree -Ashopton