CRICH PARISH

which consists of the villages of Crich, Fritchley and Whatstandwell

Crich Market Place and surrounds

Photo courtesy Beryl Calladine

Crich Market Place

The ancient troughs in the Market Place with tramway bridge in the background.


Photo courtesy Beryl Calladine

Crich Market Place

Troughs, tramway arch and shoe warehouse on the right.


Photo courtesy Sue Worboys

Crich Market Place

Shoe warehouse on the left.
The building to the right became the village bank.


Photo courtesy Sue Worboys

Crich Market Place

Crich troughs

Ancient troughs in the Market Place.

Crich troughs

Market Place troughs in 2005

Crich Market Place

Market Place in 2009

Old Post Office, Crich

Old Post Office, facing the troughs.

Photo courtesy Nellie Brumwell

Baptist Chapel, Crich

The Baptist Chapel with P.O. on the right and troughs in the front.


Photo courtesy Beryl Calladine

Baptist Chapel, Crich

Baptist Chapel with Sandy Lane on the right.

Baptist Chapel, Crich

Baptist Chapel and troughs.

Baptist Chapel, Crich

Baptist Chapel and Sandy Lane in 2005


Photo courtesy David Smith

Sandy Lane, Crich

View of the Market Place from Sandy Lane in 2011

Photo courtesy R.M. Larimore


Crich Market Place

Looking towards the Market Place through the tramway bridge (now demolished)


Photo courtesy Beryl Calladine

Archway, Crich Market Place

Looking from the Market Place towards Bulling Lane


Photo courtesy Ken Stinson

Railway Arch, Crich

Tramway Arch, looking at Council Houses on Bulling Lane


Photo courtesy Rosemary Hall

Crich Market Place

Looking towards Blount's shop

Photo courtesy Graham Swift

Blounts shop Crich

Blount's Tea Rooms and Store on the Market Place.
Blount produced many of the old postcards of Crich and area.


Photo courtesy Sue Worboys

Crich peace celebrations 1918

Peace celebrations in the Market Place 1918


Photo courtesy Sue Worboys

Crich Market Place

Market Place looking at George Smith's General Store (was Blount's)

Crich Post Office

Crich Post Office on the Market Place in 2009.


Photo courtesy Graham Swift

Crich Bakery

Outside the bakery, just off the Market Place.

Crich bakery

Looking towards the Market Place with the bakery on the left.

Crich Bakery

Crich bakery in 2010

Archway House, Crich

Archway House, bottom of Bowns Hill facing the Market Place.
It was once the White Swan Coaching Inn.


Photo courtesy Beryl Calladine

Bowns Hill, Crich

Looking up Bowns Hill from the Market Place.
Archway House is to the right.

Bowns Hill, Crich

Looking up Bowns Hill.
John Haynes, builder, is at Archway House.


Photo courtesy Roger Phipp

Bowns Hill

Looking up Bowns Hill in 2011

Photo courtesy Roger Phipp


Bowns Hill, Crich

2011: Bowns Hill at night with Black Swan on the left.

Bowns Hill, Crich

Looking down Bowns Hill towards the Market Place
Mount Tabor Chapel on the left.

 

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