3 edition of Houses in the Derbyshire landscape, the Moss Valley found in the catalog.
Houses in the Derbyshire landscape, the Moss Valley
by [Vernacular Architecture Research Group, University of Sheffield?] in [Sheffield?]
Written in English
|Statement||introduced and edited by Christine Ball, David Crossley and Stanley Jones.|
|Contributions||Ball, Chris, 1948-, Crossley, D. W. 1938-, Jones, Stanley, 1927-, University of Sheffield. Vernacular Architecture Research Group.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||63|
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Holme Moss Transmitting Station Built. The radio transmitter is the highest in the country, reaching m above ground and m above sea level. It provides VHF, FM and DAB coverage to Derbyshire, Manchester and West Yorkshire. Holmfirth’s passenger line closes however goods services continue for a further six years. Allen’s Arkansas home, Moss Mountain Farm, which The New York Times hails as a “stunning estate,” is an epicenter for promoting the local food movement, organic gardening and .
Above: There are two coal seams in an area stretching from Burbage, on the southern outskirts of Buxton, to Goyt’s Moss (now known as Derbyshire Bridge). Below: The top layer was known as the ‘Goyt’ or ‘Yard’ seam, and was centred around Goyt’s Moss. Coal was mined from this seam by surface pits. Derbyshire (/ ˈ d ɑːr b i ʃ ər,-ʃ ɪər /) is a county in the East Midlands of England. A substantial portion of the Peak District National Park lies within Derbyshire, containing the southern extremity of the Pennine range of hills which extend into the north of the county. The county contains part of the National Forest, and borders on Greater Manchester to the northwest, West Constituent country: England.
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Houses in Derbyshire Landscape - Moss Valley Killamarsh A History Of Life in England - x2 Life in England - x2 London Cemeteries & Crematoria Maskery Family (Various) Mediaval Archaeology in England Melbourne Newark on Trent in Times Past Old Catton, Church St Margarets - Register & Monuments [Norfolk] Passage to Wirksworth The Moss Valley runs eastwards from Norton to Jordanthorpe on the southern edge of Sheffield for five miles to the river Rother at Eckington in Derbyshire.
These days its use is mainly agricultural or recreational but there is still prior evidence of mining, quarrying and mill ponds along the valley. - Explore mariapachokas's board "Moss Valley", followed by people on Pinterest.
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Part of the Moss Valley has been designated a Special Landscape Area. Step Back in Time. From around until the early 's the Moss Valley was a hive of industrial activity. Look closely for the remnants from the past in this now peaceful valley.
Ironmaking. The Moss Valley was an important centre for the grinding of scythes and sickles. Derbyshire Landscapes. 73 likes 1 was here. Based in Chesterfield, Derbyshire, we are an established landscaping business with over 20 years experience in hard and soft landscaping.5/5(1).
Carr House Meadows. A patchwork of flower-rich meadows, perched above the Ewden Valley. The Derbyshire landscape character assessment fully embraces the principles of the ELC and provides the context for spatial planning and landscape policy in Derbyshire.
The Landscape Character of Derbyshire 6 Countryscape () based on a concept by Michael Dower and Adrian Size: 2MB. This was part of a series of small mines commonly known as Plumbley Collieries situated in the Moss Valley near Eckington. The Moss Valley has an industrial heritage dating back to the 17th Century for Iron making.
In the mid 19th Century Plumbley Colliery engine house was built as part of its owner's (Mr John Rhodes) ambitious expansion plans.
This website site is a collection of Matt Oliver's Landscape photography, pictures taken in the Peak District in Derbyshire. The Derbyshire Coalfield is located in the east of the county, stretching from the outskirts of Sheffield in the north, to the Trent Valley in the south and is a broad belt of low-lying land, approximately 10km wide and 45km in length.
It forms part of the greater Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire and Yorkshire Coalfield region. Derbyshire although much of it lies within the administrative boundaries of the Peak District National Park.
In Derbyshire the Dark Peak extends from Glossop and New Mills in the north and west to the urban fringes of Sheffield in the east and as far south as Matlock. For the purposes of the Derbyshire Landscape Character Assessment the Dark Peak.
Moss Valley is home to the Eckington Woods and Bluebell Woods, the latter being a local term coined because of the quantity of bluebells which cover the woods in the springtime. The valley, which is formed by The Moss and its tributaries, covers an area of about 10 square kilometres ( sq mi).⁃ location: Coalpit Wood, Coal Aston, Derbyshire.
Above: This photo shows the Macclesfield Old Road as it snakes from The Cat & Fiddle pub (about 1/4 mile to the left), through Derbyshire Bridge, and over the horizon towards Buxton.
It’s just possible to make out the narrow road from Derbyshire Bridge to Goyt’s Bridge, running horizontally to the left. Moss House.
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Featuring overoil paintings by s artists. This walk explores a network of old tracks and footpaths through a diverse landscape of arable farmland, patches of ancient woodland and past redundant mill ponds in the Moss Valley, once a place of rural industry but now popular with outdoor leisure pursuits such as walking, cycling, horse riding and fishing.
The Derbyshire countryside and Peak District National Park have some of the best locations for landscape photography in the country. There are deep valleys, remains of a coral reef, beautiful ravines and some truly expansive views. There’re so many diverse and different places to capture in the Peak District but we thought we’d start you off with the top ten locations for landscape.
The house is grand but homely with open fires and a good selection of games, books, a pool table and a pianola. It's part of the West Glenalmond Estate which covers 6, acres and.
About. Much of the Moss Valley has been designated a Special Landscape Area. The valley has seen farming, mining and industry and was a centre for scythe and sickle production from the 15th to. Valley View Landscapes, based in Bonsall, Matlock, Derbyshire, has over 15 years experience in the landscaping business.
Whether it is domestic garden design or large-scale excavation for the public sector, we have an excellent track record for delivering projects cost effectively and on time. FAMILY HISTORY IN DERBYSHIRE.
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Picture Information. Details about FAMILY HISTORY IN DERBYSHIRE A Guide to Library Resources.The Moss Valley from Ford Introduction to Walk County/Area - Derbyshire. Author - Andy Chaplin. Length - miles / km. Ascent - feet / metres. Time - 5 hours 40 minutes.
Grade - moderate. A Derbyshire walk south of Sheffield starting from Ford that explores the rolling countryside between Eckington and Dronfield.Derbyshire Landscapes.
71 likes 1 talking about this 1 was here. Based in Chesterfield, Derbyshire, we are an established landscaping business with over 20 years experience in hard and soft 5/5(1).