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High Tor from Matlock Bath Station, 1912
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Brunswood Terrace

View from Starkholmes 1908

The Railways of Derbyshire, 1903
(Old Maps of Derbyshire)

Matlock Bath's Station building is a very unusual design. Matlock Bath is, of course, known as the Switzerland of England and this early Victorian building resembles a Swiss chalet. The lovely herringbone brick pattern between the timber framing is known as nogging. Behind the station is a gasometer, now gone.

View even more about the station by clicking on the images below:

19C stereoview1

19C stereoview2


Tunnel, 19C

About 1906


Station House

Today, image3

"High Tor from Matlock Bath Station". Postmarked 13 Jun 1912 at Renishaw, the card was sent by R. R. Raines to Miss Olive Lindsay of Wood Green.
It was produced by The"Philco" Publishing Company, Holborn Place, London W.C. Series No. 2450.
Postcard in the collection of, provided by and © Ann Andrews.
Intended for personal use only