This leaflet is one of many that would have been produced giving details of specal trains, services and tickets.
When coal was king!
Bolsover lies on a plateau of magnesian limestone, which creates a soil that is lighter and easier to cultivate than the heavy clay of the coal mea
Brass bands often became the heart of a community's social life alongside sport (primarily football and cricket).
Lime Kiln Fields Mill was built in 1793 from limestone with sandstone. It is a four storey structure and now located in a residential garden.
The interior of the Cavendish chapel built in 1618 as a final resting place for the tomb of Sir Charles Cavendish and his wife, Catherine Ogle. Cav
New Bolsover, built in the early 1890s to house miners who came to work at Bolsover colliery, is one of the few examples in the Derbyshire coalfiel
Bolsover has suffered throughout its history from lying just off the main roads that run through this north-east Derbyshire.
An outline of attempts to provide an adequate water supply for Bolsover, which stands on high ground some distance from readily accessible sources
The Cavendish chapel was built in 1618 as a final resting place for the tomb of Sir Charles Cavendish and his wife, Catherine Ogle.