A High Peak panorama between Hayfield and Chinley
The henge monument at Arbor Low
Filling bottles with water at St Ann's Well
The 15th-century Matlock Bridge
Towns around the Peak District
Flooding in South Wingfield Derbyshire in 2012
Buxton Wells, from a 1610 map
Baileys (corn) Mill on Bentley Brook
Rivers around the Peak District
A cross-section of northern Derbyshire, from west to east, showing the approximate structure of an eroded dome, with younger Coal Measure rocks to the east, and older limestone exposed in the centre
Buxton in 1965 with shoppers and tourists filling Spring Gardens
Specimen of Matlockite in the Mineralogical Museum, Bonn
The Bugsworth Basin on the Peak Forest Canal
Buxton Town Hall (on the right)
Matlock taken from Matlock Bridge – looking up the hill of Bank Road across Crown Square (prior to bridge one way system)
Thor's Cave seen from the Manifold Way
The rugged moorland edge of the southern Pennines at Kinder Downfall
Buxton Crescent and St Ann's Well
Peak Rail emblem
A view of the Edale valley from Mam Tor
The ruins of the Magpie Mine near Sheldon
Nocturnal view of the restored Buxton Thermal Baths, and Brian Clarke's modern stained glass canopy over the Cavendish Arcade
The old tram shelter in the park
Tunsted Quarry
Derbyshire parliamentary constituencies 2019 election result
Corbar Hill and the Dome
Hall Leys Park bandstand from footbridge over River Derwent
Buxton Crescent and St Ann's Well
County Hall, Matlock
Palace Hotel
Crown Buildings
A well dressing at Hayfield
One of many Victorian village schools in Derbyshire
Corbar Cross
The Italianate-style wing of Matlock Town Hall
Paragliding from Mam Tor
County Cricket Ground, in Derby
Buxton Opera House
Old Methodist Church above Old Sunday School
Looking southeast over the Roaches and Hen Cloud
The scenic Derbyshire that attracts tourists
Buxton Raceway
County Hall with Winter Gardens in foreground
Map showing tunnels beneath the Peak District
Flag of Derbyshire
View of Buxton from Solomon's Temple
Rutland Court
Totley Tunnel on the Manchester to Sheffield line
Charles Henry John Chetwynd-Talbot, Vanity Fair, 1903
Old tram depot, Bank Road (technically Rutland Street)
Walkers above the Derwent Reservoir
Herbert Eisner
Rockside Hydro
Chatsworth House, the setting for a 2005 adaptation of Pride and Prejudice
Vera Brittain
ARC Leisure Centre
Ladybower Reservoir in the Upper Derwent Valley, set location for The Dam Busters
Lloyd Cole, 2010
Ernest Bailey School (now County Council Records Office)
Mick Andrews, 1976
Highfields School 'Lower Site' at Starkholmes, formerly Charles White Secondary Modern
Station exterior in 1965. The present station is on the left and the former Midland Railway station is in the centre of the picture
Dale Road (A6) exiting the edge of Matlock Town, showing traditional buildings housing independent shops and businesses
St Giles Church, featured in Women in Love
HSBC Bank
NatWest Bank
Market Hall with Queens Head beyond
Olde Englishe Hotel
Evans Jeweller, with Lime and Olde Englishe Hotel beyond
Holt Terrace with railway bridge to left
Footbridge to Pic Tor
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Matlock morning view from east, Lumsdale
Matlock viewed from a nearby ridge
The town enjoys the Sun's rays as shade approaches
The town as seen from the nearby cable cars

Buxton is a spa town in the Borough of High Peak, Derbyshire, England.

- Buxton

Matlock is the county town of Derbyshire, England.

- Matlock, Derbyshire

Mostly in Derbyshire, it extends into Cheshire, Greater Manchester, Staffordshire, West Yorkshire and South Yorkshire.

- Peak District

It includes much of the Peak District National Park, the southern end of the Pennine range of hills and part of the National Forest.

- Derbyshire

It is situated in the south-eastern part of the Peak District, with the National Park directly to the west.

- Matlock, Derbyshire

It lies close to Cheshire to the west and Staffordshire to the south, on the edge of the Peak District National Park.

- Buxton

Later they settled round Buxton, famed for its warm springs, and set up a fort near modern-day Derby in an area now known as Little Chester.

- Derbyshire

Outside the park, the wider Peak District often includes the area approximately between Disley and Sterndale Moor, encompassing Buxton and the Peak Dale corridor.

- Peak District

Buxton's profile was boosted by a recommendation from Erasmus Darwin of the waters there and at Matlock, addressed to Josiah Wedgwood I. The Wedgwood family often visited Buxton and commended the area to their friends.

- Buxton

The towns of Glossop, Chapel-en-le-Frith, Buxton, Macclesfield, Leek, Ashbourne, Matlock and Chesterfield are on the national park's fringes.

- Peak District

The A6, which links Carlisle with Luton, passes through the town; it provides access to Manchester, Stockport, Buxton, Bakewell and Derby.

- Matlock, Derbyshire

It has a county council based in Matlock and eight district councils and since 1997, a unitary authority area of the City of Derby.

- Derbyshire
A High Peak panorama between Hayfield and Chinley

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Typical White Peak plateau landscape, near Litton

White Peak

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Typical White Peak plateau landscape, near Litton
Cressbrook Dale, one of several steep-sided valleys that cut into the limestone plateau
The White Peak is a national stronghold of Polemonium caeruleum (Jacob's ladder)

The White Peak, also known as the Low Peak, is a limestone plateau that forms the central and southern part of the Peak District in England.

Broadly speaking, the White Peak covers the Derbyshire and Staffordshire parts of the Peak District from the Hope Valley southwards to the Weaver Hills near the Churnet Valley.

As defined by Natural England, the White Peak national character area covers 52,860 ha and includes the area approximately bounded by Ashbourne, Buxton, Castleton, Matlock and Wirksworth.

Former Nestlé creamery circa 2006, before demolition

Ashbourne, Derbyshire

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Former Nestlé creamery circa 2006, before demolition
Ashbourne Library
Grade II listed sign for the Green Man & Black's Head Royal Hotel
St. Oswald's Church
Catherine Booth's birthplace: 13 Sturston Road
Statue of Catherine Booth, London
Ashbourne Town Hall and town centre

Ashbourne is a market town in the Derbyshire Dales district in Derbyshire, England, with a population of 8,377 in the 2011 census, estimated at 9,163 in 2019.

Its position near the southern edge of the Peak District makes it the closest town to Dovedale, to which it is sometimes referred as the gateway.

The town is 14 mi west of Derby, 21 mi southeast of Buxton, 22 mi east of Stoke-on-Trent, 49 mi south-southeast of Manchester, 35 mi southwest of Sheffield and 27 mi north of Lichfield.

The town is also near to the towns of Matlock, Uttoxeter, Leek, Cheadle and Bakewell.

All Saints' Church, Bakewell

Bakewell

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All Saints' Church, Bakewell
Bakewell's medieval bridge
Rutland Arms Hotel
Three shops claim the original recipe for Bakewell pudding
River Wye Park, with view of five-arch, 13th-century bridge
Bakewell Cross, in the churchyard of Bakewell Parish Church
Bakewell Parish Church
The Lambton Larder, Bakewell's Deli.
Bakewell station in 1961, looking northward

Bakewell is a market town and civil parish in the Derbyshire Dales district of Derbyshire, England, known also for its local Bakewell pudding.

Nearby towns include Matlock to the south-east, Chesterfield to the east and Buxton to the west north-west.

A major employer is the Peak District National Park Authority, which has its offices at Aldern House, Baslow Road.