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Picture Gallery - Crich Parish
The presentation of this section is being changed because of the increasing number of photographs that will progressively be added. To put all actual images on one page would make the page too slow to load. I hope this new layout will be helpful. When viewing the photographs, by clicking on 'Previous Image' or 'Next Image' you can move through all the listed images without returning to the index. A brief description is given with most images.
looking down 'Bowns' Hill, into Crich Market Place.
Royal Oak Cottages (Framwork Knitter's Cottages)
Looking towards Cliffside, from Coddington Lane
Wakebridge, from Coddington Lane
Across the fields to Holloway, from Coddington Lane
Fritchley Green & the Congregational Chapel
Old Crich Vicarage
Crich Cross & The 'Jovial Dutchman'
Parish Church of St. Mary's
Looking towards the 'Tors' at Crich
From Crich Church Tower, towards Upper Coasthill
Looking towards Crich Stand & 'the Town-end'
A view from 'the Tower' across to Edge Moor & Plaistow
Cliffside, from Coddington Farm entrance
The Cliff Inn - On the main Crich to Cromford road
Crich Quarry - Viewed from Shuckstone
Crich Cross & the entrance to Cross Farm
The Mount - Once belonging to the Woodhouse family
Candle Cottage - Formerly a Drapery Shop, Grocery Shop & Post Office
Looking Up Bown's Hill
The Troughs in Crich Market Place
Crich Baptist Church
(More Photographs to be added shortly)
If anyone has any old photographs of people, or places within Crich parish do please let me know. I would be very happy to hear from you if you would like to share your 'treasures' with the others through the medium of this web site. My e-mail address is email@example.com
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