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Some More Pages on This Website With Photographs and Information
Floods Flooding in the Matlocks
The River Derwent has flooded many times in the town's history.
Garlands Funeral Garlands in Matlock Church
An ancient custom. Includes an engraving taken from 'Bemroses' Guide to Matlock' (dated about 1869) and a recent photograph of one of the garlands that has been restored.
Opera Matlock and District Amateur Operatic Society, 1908
Image of the cover, which has a drawing of the Victoria Hall. Lists who was involved in the production and advertisers. Also 9 other programme covers.
Bank Road & the Steep-Gradient Tramway
At the beginning of the twentieth century Matlock proudly boasted that it had the steepest tramway in the world.
War The War Memorials
Pictures both old and new and lists of the names of the fallen of both Matlock and Matlock Bath.
Mag "The Varied Fortunes of a Derbyshire Spa" first appeared in "Country Life" on August 15, 1963. It is a lively and stimulating article about the Matlocks by the late Roy Christian and reproduced here with his very kind permission. It is complemented by the lovely b&w photographs of Frank Rodgers.
Arkwright Arkwright and His Cotton Mill
Arkwright's Masson Mill was the third mill he built in the locality. It provided employment long after other mills had closed.

Other pages within The Andrews Pages, mentioning Matlock & Matlock Bath

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  • Britain from Above - aerial photographs

  • English Heritage have placed more than 20,000 previously unseen images on the internet. Try searching by Derbyshire - there are quite a few, including Masson Mill

  • The FitzWilliam Museum, Cambridge
    They have a lovely painting of High Tor, by John Crome (about 1811). You will have to use their search facility, which I have found to be extremely slow.

  • National Portrait Gallery - use their search facility to search the collection for more pictures of Florence Nightingale and Richard Arkwright

  • Photographs of Derby and Derbyshire
    Andy Savage's site had more than three thousand pictures when I last looked
    Then and Now
    compares a view of Matlock Bridge and the Bank with a photograph from the 1950's

  • Tate Gallery London
    Use their search faci8lity to locate:
    Water colour of the 'Rocks at Matlock' by Sir Robert Ker Porter (1777 - 1842), which is part of the Oppé Collection.
    Three Turner sketches
    Photos of River Castle taken by John Piper

  • Picture the Past
    A project digitising the photos of Derby City Libraries and Derby Museums, and Derbyshire, Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Libraries. The biggest photo resource on Derby and Derbyshire, and one of the biggest such resources in the country.

  • Mace Archive - Media Archive for Central England (video clips)
    There used to be a sub-section for both Matlock and Matlock Bath but this seems to have gone. Just type either place into the search box and you will find several options
    Matlock | Matlock Bath (original links unavailable)

  • Photographers & Photographic Studios of Derbyshire, England
    Ongoing study of 19th and early 20th Century Derbyshire studio photographers. With index of known dates of operation, plus profiles of selected studios. By Brett Payne, of Tauranga, New Zealand

  • The site to Photographs by Julie Woodhouse, who lived in Tansley, is no longer available. Her work included photographs of landscapes from various parts of the world, including many of Derbyshire, and which are/were commercially available.