United Kingdom / Buxton

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Frank Matcham (1854 - 1920) theatre architect designed this theatre

Buxton Opera House, Water Street, Derbyshire, SK17 6XN, Buxton, United Kingdom

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Erected to the memory of Don Redfern (1921-1991) conductor, player and promoter of brass bands opened by The Mayor of High Peak Councillor Marion Williams 7 September 1997

Don Redfern Memorial Bandstand - Pavilion Gardens, Buxton, United Kingdom

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Don Redfern Memorial Bandstand funded by High Peak Borough Council The Don Redfern Memorial Committee

Don Redfern Memorial Bandstand - Pavilion Gardens, Buxton, United Kingdom

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This Victorian Railway Station Clock, once on the London to Brighton Line, was presented to the Pavilion Gardens on the 13th May, 1985, by Roger and Mary Heath-Bullock of Cultural Exhibitions Ltd., to commemorate the 21st Buxton Antiques Fair.

The Pavilion - Pavilion Gardens, Buxton, United Kingdom

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Mary Queen of Scots stayed here 1576 - 1578

The Old Hall Hotel - The Square, Buxton, United Kingdom

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The Old Clubhouse 1 Water Street Built in 1886, The Union Club as it was known was a gentleman's club on a scale to rival many of London's top establishments, complete with snooker and billiard tables. After the Second World War as membership dwindled, it eventually closed its doors as a club. Now fully refurbished and renamed The Old Club House the building is once again thriving as a pub where its regulars and visitors of all age groups can enjoy a meal and a drink.

St John's Road - 1 Water Street, Buxton, United Kingdom

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Natural Mineral Water Baths These baths founded by the Romans were entirely rebuilt by the Corporation and officially re-opened by Sir Humphry D Rolleston Bart. K.C.B. M.D. F.R.C.P. President of the Royal College of Physicians on May 17th 1924.

Natural Mineral Baths - The Crescent, Buxton, United Kingdom

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The Thermal Baths The Derbyshire Historic Buildings Trust refurbished and converted this building to a shopping arcade in 1985-86

Buxton Baths - The Crescent, Buxton, United Kingdom

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The Boyd Dawkins Room opened by Dr. D. A. Roe 21st May 1982 Commemorating the geological & archaeological achievements of Sir William Boyd Dawkins (1837-1929) & Dr. J. Wilfrid Jackson (1880-1978)

Buxton Museum and Art Gallery - Terrace Road, Buxton, United Kingdom

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BUXTON RAILWAY STATION FAN WINDOW DB Schenker Rail (UK) Ltd acknowledges the contribution from the Railway Heritage Trust to the cost of restoring the fan window in 2009.

Buxton Station, Buxton, United Kingdom

Vera Brittain author of "Testament of Youth" lived here 1907-1914

151 Park Road, Buxton, United Kingdom

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Buxton Railway Station fan window. This large fan window formed part of a pair of stations at Buxton which were opened in 1863 by the London & North Western and Midland Railway companies. The fan window, with its associated screen wall, is listed Grade II and is all that remains of the original London & North Western station.

Buxton Station, Buxton, United Kingdom

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To commemorate Vera Brittain Author and Pioneer who lived in Buxton 1910 - 1919

The Pavilion - Pavilion Gardens, Buxton, United Kingdom

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