Promoting Derby and Derbyshire for over 20 years.
Photos, Videos, History, memories, Culture, Events, Architecture,
Landscape, Maps and more photos
recommended by just about everyone who loves Derby and Derbyshire.
Past, present and future, www.derbyphotos.co.uk is for YOU.
Quite simply the ultimate
collection of large photographs and historical
information about Derby, Derbyshire
on the web. If you want to discover what Derby has
to offer then you have come to the right site.
Here you can see large photographs, 360° Panoramic
photographs, immersive interactive panoramic
photographs, Night time photographs, Old
photographs, Learn about the history of Derby, The
Derby canal, See special annual events, try a Derby
photo quiz, send an e-card, find out about Derby
Ghost walks Download the free Derby screensaver,
Please note that the photos on this site are just a
small part of a collection of over 133,755 images of
Derby and Derbyshire which I have taken since 2001.
Includes lots of local videos of Derby and
to www.derbyphotos.co.uk, the website dedicated
to showcasing Derby and Derbyshire. On this website you
will be able to feast your eyes on the largest
collection of photographs of Derby and Derbyshire on the
As you start to look around the many pages available
here, you will discover that not only are there hundreds
of high quality photographs to view but there is also a
mountain of historical information for you to digest.
There's a huge range of ideas for places for you to
visit not just in the City of Derby but in Derbyshire
and the Midlands.
well as being able to view traditional photographs there
are also very wide-angle (up to 360°) panoramic
photographs, which allow you to see areas as
though you were actually there. 360 by 180 degree
Virtual Reality photography, have a look at my World
Wide Panorama photographs which feature Derby and
Derbyshire. Night photography, which shows how different
things look with out daylight, this is a side which you
may take for granted.
& Now photography, which is a unique way of
being able to see how things change over time. Then
there is an ever-growing selection of old
photographs of Derby showing how the local area
used to look.
I have an ever growing collection of local videos
featuring Derby and Derbyshire, lots of which are now
recorded in HD Quality. Have a look at my Video Channel
on YouTube : Comedyhunter
is a non-commercial site built and maintained by local
photographer Andy Savage. I was born in Derby,
Derbyshire, England and although I may not be that old I
have witnessed a lot of changes to Derby over the years.
By using my photographic skills, Website design
experience and a lot of research I have created what I
think you will agree is a very informative website about
my city. It features exclusive information and
photographs that you will not find anywhere else.
photographs you will see are all taken using a digital
camera (unless otherwise specified). Most of the images
are larger than you will see on most websites yet they
still load in very quickly. At the end of the day this
site is for the normal 56K modem user, if you
are lucky enough to have an ADSL/Cable connection then
you may like to view my Broadband
Enhanced section which has been designed for
people with Broadband Internet connections.
have any information relating to any of the pages on
this site which you feel others may like to read then
please let me know, I can never know each village in as
much detail as the people that live in them.
So every piece of local knowledge will help to make this
a better website. Please get in touch using the
'Feedback' option on the left side of this page.
view any of the areas on this main index simply move
your mouse pointer over a title down the left side of
this page and click on it. This will open up a window to
Use your Browsers BACK button to get back to this main
index page or the Index button which you will find at
the bottom of every page on this website.
of the sub pages you will see thumbnail images
of the area, To view a large full screen version of any
simply click on the image. This will make a new full
screen viewing window open up, into which will the large
photo will load. This viewing window will remain on
screen for 1 minute and close automatically. If you wish
to close the window before this then just click anywhere
on the photo of using the X button as with a
is the only city in England to be given its name by the
Danes. If it weren't for the Vikings invading in AD873
the name would have been Northworthy . Northworthy was
captured by the Vikings to become part of Danelaw and
renamed Deoraby, or place of the deer to signify
the great deer-herds that roamed the Derwent valley.
This is why the Derby crest is a buck-in-the-park, This
crest can be seen all over the buildings of Derby.
The Saxons recaptured Deoraby in AD917 but the Danish
name remained. No one knows for sure when or why the
name changed to Derby (Pronounced 'Dar-bee').
those people that do not know Derby's location, You will
find a Location maps link on the left side of this page.
a lot of Derby's history has been lost forever but a
wide variety of it remains for us to enjoy today. This
website will allow you to see the many wonderful
architectural achievements which Derby has on show.
Derby website is by no means a substitute for getting
out of your chair and going to have a look at these
places for your self, but if you would like to spend
some time here then it will be time well spent. The
historical information detailed here is drawn from
either my own knowledge or collected from varying
sources such as information plaques, leaflets, books and
website is primarily aimed at three different categories
of people, firstly those people in other countries that
wish to see what England is like. Secondly for people that
used to live in Derbyshire but have now moved to another
area of England or another country completely.
finally for those people in Derby that like to see areas
they might not have been before or may not even know
about and to let you know historical information about
the places and buildings.
Derby has changed considerably in the last few years, So
if it has been some time since you visited or perhaps
you now live in another country I recommend you have a
look at my photographs.
this site you will be able to look at the photographs I
have taken while out and about in Derbyshire,
Staffordshire, Nottinghamshire and Leicestershire. Because
I was born and raised in Derby most of the photographs and
historical information will be focused on Derby but the
other areas are still worth featuring.
the years I intend to cover every village in Derbyshire
but this may take a lifetime.
All photographs and content on this website are
copyright 2001-2021 Andy Savage.
by the following websites - Derby City council, Derbyshire County
Council, Derby Heritage Society,
Derby churchnet, Derby Family History Society, Elvaston Castle Estate
Trust, Derby & Sandiacre Canal Society,
Friends of the Cromford Canal, Peakleisure, UK Destinations, Britain
Express plus over 70 local websites. As featured in Derbyshire Life magazine December 2002,
Computer-active magazine issue 126 & Derby Drinker Issue 92,
South Derbyshire Heritage News magazine April 2003, Derby Evening
Telegraph, Derby trader.