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Cromford Station in Derbyshire, 15 June 191

Cromford Station in Derbyshire, 15 June 191
3 3 c m
actual image size: 32cm x 25cm


Cromford Station in Derbyshire, 15 June 1911. A Manchester to St Pancras expres No 723, heads through Cromford station on the Midlands 'Peak' line between Manchester and Derby. The line was notable for serving the estates of several members of the aristocracy. At Cromford it was the Arkwright family of Willersley Castle. The station buildings have an Alpine flavour appropriate in a part of the country known as 'Little Switzerland'.

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