Not renowned as a tourist destination, Derby advertises itself as 'The birthplace of the Industrial Revolution'. A city of around 240,000 inhabitants and slap-bang in the middle of England, there are a few sights in Derby that might warrant a stop here.
From the Derby Travel Guide
The big move to England and working
Hi Daniel, BMI Baby flights depart from East Midlands Airport, which is near Nottingham, Derby and Loughborough. That's probably not too much of a journey the east coast. I recently got a return to Dublin from there for two pence! Mid 2005 the new Doncaster Robin Hood Airport (I think that's what its called) is due ...
On to Derby
After spending the last 9 days in relative luxury we head for Derby which is 220 K’s by road from Broome. After leaving the Gt Northern Hwy and passing the Curtin RAAF airbase, we arrive at Derby. Derby ...
Posted in Phil and Denise's Travels by PhilAndDen
More sightseeing around Derby. We walked out onto the jetty. The glare just about blinded us. We went into town and bought sunglasses for everyone! We also spent some time at the Norval Art ...
Posted in 2014 Australia Trip by gehaland