6 February 15 Derby. Mostly sunny.
Derby Cathedral (The Cathedral of All Saints).
Inside the Cathedral.
Magnificent wrought ironwork.
Stained glass window designed by Ceri Richards (1965).
Statue of Charles Edward Stuart (Bonnie Prince Charlie) by Anthony Stones.
On December 4th 1745, a six and a half thousand strong force of Jacobites led by `Bonnie Prince Charlie'
marched into Derby on their way south to claim the English throne. Two days later, they had turned tail
and were retracing their steps northward, pursued at a distance by English troops. Four months later the
Jacobite Rebellion, as it came to be known, was over. The highland army made it back to Scotland, only
to be completely routed by the Duke of Cumberland's troops in the savage battle of Culloden Moor.
Darley Abbey Park and the river Derwent.
The Abbey Pub in Darley Abbey village.
Constructed in the 15th century, it is thought to have been part
of the Abbot's residence.
Some of the locals at Darley Abbey Mills.
The weir on the river Derwent at Darley Abbey Mills.
Back to Derby on the other side of the Derwent, through Darley playing fields.
A Sustrans signpost.
Approaching Handyside Bridge.
Handyside Bridge was a former railway bridge which carried the Great Northern
Railway Derbyshire Extension, also known as the (Derby) Friargate Line.
The Bridge Inn and Saint Mary's Bridge.
Saint Mary's Bridge (Sowter Road) and the River Derwent.
Derby Silk Mill (Lombe's Mill), 1721.
Cathedral Green Footbridge, by Ramboll 2009.
It is designed to swing to one side when water levels are high.
'Boy and Goose' statue, in the Sir Peter Hilton Memorial Gardens.
The Quad arts centre. Feilden Clegg Bradley, 2008.