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Published on Oct 23, 2008
Andy's Driving videos around Derbyshire, UK : Are you an ex-pat of Derbyshire, feeling homesick? Or perhaps you just want a clear way of giving someone directions to a location in Derbyshire or just want to show people your village. Well in this video and the many others I have made, you will be able to take a virtual drive around the streets as though you were in the driving seat. I use a dash-mounted camera, Traffic lights and heavy traffic have been edited out.
This is a journey through the Derbyshire village of Milford and the Town of Belper.
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Key points on journey : 00:00 Starting on Derby Road (The A6) heading into Milford. 00:05 The Strutt Arms pub on right. 00:13 Over the river Derwent. 00:16 The King William pub ahead 01:44 Island that gets very busy 01:52 Onto Chapel Street 01:55 On left is De Bradelei Mill Shop 02:13 Onto Bridge Street 02:46 On the right is a shop called "Fruit flies like a banana", Yes it really is called that !!!! 02:51 Left onto The triangle 03:02 Right onto Bridgefoot 03:09 Right at lights back onto Bridge Street 03:28 George's Fish & Chips on left 03:31 Over King Street juntion onto Chapel Street 03:42 Left at island up New Road (A609) 03:59 Cheapside 04:13 Market Head 04:17 Belper Market Place on right, where they have a Farmers Market on the 2nd Saturday of every month From 9am. 04:23 High Street 04:41 Spencer Road 04:59 Kilburn Lane 05:24 Kilburn Road 05:34 Right at mini island down Short Street 05:42 Right at island onto Nottingham Road (A609) 06:27 Right onto Lander Lane 06:35 Left down High Street 07:20 Left onto Derby Road Back to Milford 08:58 End -------------- For photographs of Derbyshire visit my photographic website : http://www.derbyphotos.co.uk
This is one of many Derbyshire Villages by car videos I have made, check out the others if you like this one.
If you have any fond memories of any of the locations featured please leave comments including time-code