Whatstandwell Photo Album

Whatstandwell and Crich Carr in times past.

Mark Haslam

Crich Carr school

Crich Carr C of E Primary School.
Note the water pump.

John Harris

Broom Cottage, Whatstandwell

Broom Cottage, on Main Road where once brooms were made.

John Harris

The original Post Offive Whatstandwell

The original Whatstandwell Post Office. at 17 Main Road, on the corner of Hindersitch Lane.

Mark Haslam

Old postoffice Whatstandwell

The original Whatstandwell Post Office. at 17 Main Road, on the corner of Hindersitch Lane.

John Harris

olda postcard of Sunnyside, Beryl Calladine Whatstandwell

Sunnyside, the original post office is on the left on the corner of Hindersitch Lane

Mark Haslam

The second postoffice, Whatstandwell

The second village post office was at 35 Main Road, Whatstandwell

Mark Haslam

View up Main Street Whatstandwell

View up Main Road towards Crich.
The building at the top of the view is the second village post office

Mark Haslam

View up Main Road Whatstandwell

View up Main Road towards Crich
The first building is Broom Cottage, the second was the post office.

Miss E Bunting

View up main Road, Whatstandwell

View up Main Road towards Crich

Beryl Calladine

View up main Road Whatstandwell

View up Main Road (Post Office Road) towards Crich.

John Harris

View down main Road Beryl Calladine Whatstandwell

The village store and third post office is on the left.
The Hanson sign can be seen on the Wheatsheaf Inn building roof on the right.
Opposite the Wheatsheaf, steps can just be seen going up to a sweet shop in the row of cottages.

Mark Haslam

View down Main Road Whatstandwell

View down Main Road towards the A6

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View dowm main Road Whatstandwell

View down Main Road towards the A6

Mark Haslam

Shaw's coffee rooms at Whatstandwell

On the right is Shaw's Coffee Rooms; it was once Florence Nightingale's Reading Rooms and Coffee House.
It later beacame Peacock's Reading and Billiards Rooms.

John Harris

View if Beryl Calladine Whatstandwell

View of Main Road leading to Crich with Hindersitch Lane leading off beside the school.
Taken from Alderwasley.

Mark Haslam

view of Whatstandwell

View of Whatstandwell and Crich Carr from Alderwasley.
Note the caravans at the bottom right.

Miss E Bunting

View of Whatstandwell

View of Whatstandwell from over the valley.
Note Whatstandwell railway station to the right.

John Harris

Chase Cliff House, Beryl Calladine Whatstandwell

Chase Cliffe House, home of the Misses Hurt.
After the Hurts – Deacon family; Taylor family.

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Chase Cliffe House, Whatstandwell

Chase Cliffe.

Beryl Calladine

chasecliffe

Chase Cliffe

Beryl Calladine

Eden Bank at Crich Carr

Eden Bank on Shaws Hill, built in 1900.

Miss E Bunting

Eden Bank House, Crich Carr

Eden Bank c1920s

Mark Haslam

Green's Tea Rooms Whatstandwell

Advertising Green's Tea Gardens on Top Lane, Crich Carr

Mark Haslam

Green;s Tea Gardens at Crich Carr

Advertising Green's Tea Gardens on Top Lane, Crich Carr

Sadie Smith

Family of the Green;s Tea Gardens at Crich Carr

Family who ran the Green's Tea Gardens.

Mark Haslam

Derwent Bridge, Whatstandwell

Derwent Bridge at Whatstandwell; the A6 road in the foreground.

Miss E Bunting

Derwent Bridge at Whatstandwell

Derwent Bridge at WhatstandwellL
The billboad at the top of the view was advertising Green's Edwardian Tea Rooms on Top Lane.

Beryl Calladine

Derwent Bridge at Whatstandwell

Derwent Bridge at Whatstandwell

Mark Haslam

Derwent Bridge at Whatstandwell

Derwent Bridge at Whatstandwell.
The buildings in the centre view were part of the Derwent Hotel.

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Derwent Bridge at Whatstandwell

Derwent Bridge at Whatstandwell

Mark Haslam

Derwent Bridge at Derwent Bridge at Whatstandwell

Derwent Bridge with a caravan site in the field before the bridge.

Miss E Bunting

Derwent Bridge at Whatstandwell

Bridge over theRiver Derwent at Whatstandwell

Mark Haslam

Derwent Bridge at Derwent Bridge at Whatstandwell

Derwent Bridge

Mark Haslam

sheep dipping at Whatstandwell

Sheep dipping at Whatstandwell Bridge.

Mark Haslam

Gentlemen on Derwent Bridgae at Derwent Bridge at Whatstandwell

Two unknown gentlement on Derwent Bridge at Whatstandwell.

Mark Haslam

Derwent Hotel Whatstandwell

The Derwent Hotel, was once called the Bulls Head.
Currently the Family Tree (2017).

Mark Haslam

Derwent Hotel and smith Whatstandwell

The Derwent Hotel on the left, the "smithy" facing.

Mark Haslam

Outside the Derwent Hotel Whatstandwell

Carriage and horses outside the Derwent Hotel.

Mark Haslam

Main Road Whatstandwell

View down Main Road from below Shaws Hill

Mark Haslam

Staeps off Main Road Whatstandwell

Steps from Middle Lane down to Main Road

Mark Haslam

Robin Hood, Whatstandwell

Robin Hood Road

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Robin Hood hamlet

The hamlet of Robin Hood, Whatstandwell.

Mark Haslam

Whatstandwell view

View from top of Main Road looking towards Belper.
Cromford Canal, railway line Derby to Matlock, the A6 road and River Derwent running parallel

Beryl Calladine

view of Whatstandwell

River, road, rail and canal at Whatstandwell.