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Stanton Moor & Nine Ladies Stone Circle.
[May 31, 2007] The Magic of Stanton Moor, the Mystery of the Druids & Stone Circles.
 
The `Crooked Spire' of Chesterfield.
[May 31, 2007] Chesterfield's famous `Crooked Spire' - leans 9ft 6ins to the south-west!
 
Peveril Castle - The Castle of the Peak.
[May 31, 2007] Peveril Castle - The Castle of the Peak
 
Sutton Scarsdale Hall
[May 31, 2007] Sutton Scarsdale Hall - now one of Derbyshire's most evocative ruins.
 
Red House Stables & Working Carriage Museum
[May 31, 2007] Red House Carriage Museum - One of the County's Top Attractions!
 
Wingfield Manor - Cromwell's Palace.
[May 31, 2007] The History of Wingfield Manor - England's first purpose-built Palace!
 
Cresswell Crags - The Cheddar Gorge of the North.
[May 31, 2007] Tom Bates explores Cresswell Crags - the oldest known habitation site in Britain!
 
Carr Vale Nature Reserve
[May 31, 2007]  
 
The Revolution House - A Pivotal Role in our Island History!
[May 30, 2007]  

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