Here are just a few of the locations and properties owned by the Peak District National Park Authority:
East Midlands Filming Region
Stunning gritstone edge with wild moorland views. Part of the Eastern Moors Estate, near to Bakewell.
Hartington Signal Box
Heritage signal box - over a hundred years old - with full working equipment inside. Sited on the Tissington Trail near to Hartington village.
A magnificent railway embankment set on a limestone plateau, near Ashbourne on the High Peak Trail. It is also a listed building.
Surrounded by beautiful limestone crags and woodland and close to Bakewell, this old railway line is now used and enjoyed by walkers, cyclists and horseriders.
Beautiful stone railway arches run across a classic limestone dale. Close to Bakewell.
North Lees Hall
An Elizabethan manor house looking over the valley towards Hathersage village. Descriptions of the hall are found in Jane Eyre – “It was three stories high, of proportions not vast, though considerable…battlements round the top gave it a picturesque look.” The hall is currently used as self-catering accommodation.
Set in an isolated limestone dale this former industrial building was used to accommodate a mechanical turbine to power the jack hammers in the old quarry.
Classic Peak District gritstone edge with stunning views of the Dark Peak moorlands – recently featured in the classic film ‘Pride & Prejudice’ starring Keira Knightley.
Tideswell Dale Quarry
Former quarry site, near Bakewell - this picturesque limestone dale provides a stunning setting.
A former railway line which runs through beautiful limestone countryside.
West Midlands Filming Region
Large rocky outcrop with stunning moorland views. Part of the Roaches Estate, near to Leek in Staffordshire.
Moorland pool - with stunning views across the Staffordshire Moorlands. Part of the Warslow Moors Estate, near Leek.
A gritstone escarpment in a fabulous moorland setting, near Leek.
An old Victorian gamekeeper’s house built into the rock face, near Leek. Currently let as a climbing club hut.
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