Ni fydd y wefan ar gael, am uchafswm o 30 munud, 0 18.30 Dydd Mercher 13 Rhagfyr. Mae hyn oherwydd gwaith cynnal a chadw ar frys.

epw048667 ENGLAND (1935).  Farmland near Kidsleypark Villa, Smalley, 1935. This image has been produced from a damaged negative.


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Nid yw lleoliad y ddelwedd hon yn hysbys

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    EPW048667
      0° 0m
    EAW017956
      280° 42m
    EAW012057
      301° 137m
    EAW025915
      326° 140m
    EAW033476
      250° 145m
    EAW012055
      291° 153m
    EAW012051
      297° 157m
    EAW025922
      296° 167m
    EAW025925
      323° 171m
    EAW025917
      334° 180m
    EAW017949
      321° 183m
    EAW025918
      269° 191m
    EAW025926
      278° 192m
    EAW025927
      290° 195m
    EAW017960
      288° 198m
    EAW017950
      325° 200m
    EAW017951
      327° 212m
    EAW025924
      243° 220m
    EAW025914
      288° 246m
    EAW018399
      320° 271m
    EAW018414
      327° 272m
    EAW018397
      325° 283m
    EAW018398
      323° 284m
    EAW011893
      309° 296m
    EAW011891
      308° 305m
    EAW011892
      310° 305m
    EAW011894
      309° 308m
    EAW011889
      308° 310m
    EAW011890
      309° 310m
    EAW011895
      315° 310m
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      308° 311m
    EAW011900
      312° 327m
    EAW011896
      317° 331m
    EAW011899
      314° 337m
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    Manylion

    Pennawd [EPW048667] Farmland near Kidsleypark Villa, Smalley, 1935. This image has been produced from a damaged negative.
    Cyfeirnod EPW048667
    Dyddiad July 1935
    Enw lle SMALLEY
    Plwyf SMALLEY
    Ardal
    Rhanbarth
    Gwlad ENGLAND
    Dwyreiniad / Gogleddiad 441596,  345561
    Hydred / Lledred -1.3800443041665,  53.005438353499
    Cyfeirnod Grid Cenedlaethol SK416456
    Maint y ddelwedd (px)
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    Pinnau (3)

     View from about here looking generally north 13/04/2014

       Adrodd fel Amhriodol

    Class31
    Monday 14th of April 2014 09:46:58 AM
     A608 Heanor Road

       Adrodd fel Amhriodol

    Class31
    Saturday 4th of January 2014 11:18:16 AM
     I think this pair of houses is visible in EPW048666, right at the top of the image.

       Adrodd fel Amhriodol

    Andrew Bennett
    Sunday 6th of October 2013 11:24:39 PM

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    Cyfraniadau Grŵp

    Wonder if these photos were taken as a precursor to the mining operations. Most of the field boundaries were put back the same.

    TomRobin
    Wednesday 8th of January 2014 10:27:43 AM
    Hi TomRobin,



    You may be interested to know that the original Aerofilms Ltd Register entry reads "Field at Derby Capt. W.H. Marshall". Maybe you can tie him to the firm that carried out the quarrying? Or did he own the land and sell it to the quarrying company? Either way, that entry reads more like a private client than corporate client. Would be interested if you can find out more!



    We'll update the catalogue and post the new data here in due course.



    Yours, Katy

    Britain from Above Cataloguing Team Leader

    Katy Whitaker
    Wednesday 8th of January 2014 10:27:43 AM
    See same area in 1949 as open cast mine, EAW011227

    TomRobin
    Thursday 2nd of January 2014 04:18:52 PM
    Housley Town

    TomRobin
    Monday 9th of December 2013 06:00:51 PM
    Housley Town, Smalley

    TomRobin
    Monday 9th of December 2013 05:55:25 PM
    I think EPW048664 EPW048665 EPW048666 (EPW048667) are of same area.

    Andrew Bennett
    Sunday 6th of October 2013 11:23:20 PM
    This rural picture stands between pictures also taken in July 1935 of the Manchester and Sheffield areas, suggesting it is somewhere between the two. This could be narrowed down to it being on the edge of one or other of the built-up areas as most of the space between the to cities is taken up by the Peak District.



    While not offering a location, this picture does provide a clear image of pre-greenbelt Britain. The line of semidetached and detached houses 'stranding' out along the (main) road suggests some uncontrolled development, with a farmer (land owner) taking the opportunity to sale of some accessible land. The gaps in the rows of houses often led to the development of side roads with further housing as the original 'ribbon development' was consolidated. There were many examples of ribbon developments along roads around towns and cities, which became one of the reasons for the introduction of green belts to control the extent of urban sprawl.

    Maurice
    Saturday 29th of June 2013 07:04:40 AM