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Self Storages in Derbyshire, DE7
Self Storages in DE7 Derbyshire These Self Storage companies are located in Derbyshire















































Handy Moves
Company Type: Self Storages
Unit 53, 63 Jeddo Rd
London, W12 9EE
Tel. 020 8746 7129
Tel. 08000 380 390

London Removals
Company Type: Removals & Storage
26 York Street, Mayfair
London, W1U 6PZ
Tel. 020 8811 8933

Man and Van
Company Type: Removals & Storage
UNIT 36, 88-90 HATTON GARDEN
London, EC1N 8PN
Tel. 020 8811 8922

No added Self Storages are located in Derbyshire

The following Removals & Storage are the ones that we have found closest to Derbyshire
A - Z Removals
Company Type: Removals & Storage
66 Stocker Avenue
, DE24 0QS
Tel. 0800-389 7548

Easy Move Of Derby
Company Type: Storage
37 Dale Rd
, DE21 7DG
Tel. 0808-155 7406

E M T V Removals
Company Type: Self Storages
The Old Stepping Stones Huntington Green
, DE21 6AG
Tel. 01322 739239

Home Alone Removals
Company Type: Self Storages
76 Osmaston Rd
, DE1 2HZ
Tel. 0808-155 4981

Shelton Removals
Company Type: Self Storage Units
19 Weston Park Ave
, DE24 9ER
Tel. 01332 731625

Fast & Friendly Removals
Company Type: Storage Solutions
11 Pool Close
, DE24 5AL
Tel. 0808-155 7367

Double A Removals
Company Type: Self Storage Units
Unit 12/The Old Gas Works/Belfield St
, DE7 8DU
Tel. 0800-389 0145

Redfern Ltd
Company Type: Storage Company
Harwood House/Crompton Rd
, DE7 4BG
Tel. 0115-932 6345

Redfern Removals Ltd
Company Type: Self Storage Units
Unit 95 /West Hallam Storage Depot/Cat & Fiddle Lane
, DE7 6HE
Tel. 0115-932 6345

A Redfern Ltd
Company Type: Storage Company
Unit 95 /West Hallam Storage Depot/Cat & Fiddle La
, DE7 6HE
Tel. 0115-932 6345

Need A Man With A Tranny Van
Company Type: Storage
9 Gresley Rd
, DE7 5LX
Tel. 0115-932 1428

Access Self Storage
Company Type: Removals & Storage
Osmaston Pk Rd
, DE23 8WL
Tel. 0800-587 4513

Macaravans Ltd
Company Type: Storage
Kings Newton Storage Depot Trent Lane
, DE73 8BT
Tel. 01332 863729

Britons Removals
Company Type: Storage Solutions
Unit C, Fairview Buildings Ind Est/Heage Rd
, DE5 3GH
Tel. 01773 513013

Access Self Storage
Company Type: Storage
Osmaston Park Rd
, DE24 8EJ
Tel. 0800 122522

Eezy Move
Company Type: Self Storages
93 Glengarry Way
, DE24 9NP
Tel. 01332 273614

Heath Top Storage
Company Type: Removals & Storage
Beard/Heath Top
, DE65 5AY
Tel. 01283 584900

Purple Squirrel Storage
Company Type: Self Storages
Draycott Mills/Market St
, DE72 3NB
Tel. 01332 870066

Cummins J J Ltd
Company Type: Self Storage Units
Matlock Rd
, DE55 6DS
Tel. 01773 832529

T F D
Company Type: Storage
Keys Rd
, DE55 7FQ
Tel. 0870-609 0111

Euro Warehousing
Company Type: Storage Company
6 Calow La
, S41 0AL
Tel. 01246 207652

Byrne Couriers
Company Type: Self Storages
Unit 10/Old Hall Mill Business Park/Station Rd
, DE21 5DN
Tel. 01332 833613

Pinemonte Ltd
Company Type: Removals & Storage
Broombank Park
, S41 9RT
Tel. 01246 452108

R Wilkes Transport & Storage
Company Type: Storage
Unit B & C/Coney Green Networkcentre/Wingfield View
, S45 9HX
Tel. 01246 861800

Tasc Storage
Company Type: Self Storage Units
Unit 1/Incomol Ind Est/Derby Rd
, S45 9AG
Tel. 01246 865530

BOW Distribution & Warehousing Ltd
Company Type: Storage Company
Brittain Drive
, DE5 3RZ
Tel. 017 7351 3100



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DE7 Self Storages services in Derbyshire
Places of interest in Derbyshire, DE7

Bennerley Viaduct

This wrought iron lattice work viaduct is 1452 feet long with the rails 60 feet 10 inches above the Erewash River. Most railway viaducts at the time were brick built but the foundations of the Bennerley Viaduct were subject to a great deal of coal mining subsidence therefore, the lighter wrought iron design was chosen. The viaduct was built between May 1876 and November 1877 and forms part of the Great Northern Railway Derbyshire Extension which was built in part to exploit the coalfields in Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire. The contract was given by the Great Northern Railway (GNR) to Benton & Woodiwiss with the line laid out by, and the viaduct designed by Richard Johnson (Chief Civil Engineer of the GNR); Samuel Abbott was the resident engineer. The viaduct consists of 16 lattice work deck spans, each 76 feet 7 inches long supported on wrought iron columns with stone capped blue brick foundations. There were three additional iron skew spans at the Ilkeston end of the viaduct which carried the railway line over the Erewash Canal and the Midland Railway's Erewash Valley Line.[1] A skew span crosses its abutments and or piers at an angle other than a right angle. At the Awsworth end of the viaduct there was a section of embankment (including bridges of more conventional brick construction) which has been demolished. The Nottingham Canal passed under this section. The viaduct was built for the railway line between Awsworth Junction and Derby on the Derbyshire and Staffordshire Line and opened in January 1878.[2]. Bennerley Ironworks was originally due north of the viaduct served by sidings connected to both the Great Northern line and the Midland Railway Erewash Valley line. After the demolition of the ironworks a British Coal distribution depot served by sidings from the Midland Railway occupied the same site. This has now also been demolished.[3]

Awsworth

Awsworth once had a station on the Great Northern (later LNER) line from Nottingham to Derby which crossed the Erewash Valley to Ilkeston over the Bennerley Viaduct, closed in September 1964. At Awsworth Junction, a short distance to the east, a branch line curved away northwards to Pinxton. This line closed in January 1963. Near the junction it crossed a viaduct almost half a mile in length across the Giltbrook valley, known variously as Awsworth Viaduct, Giltbrook Viaduct, Kimberley Viaduct, but more commonly in the local area as the "Forty Bridges," though the actual combined number of arches and girder spans was 43. This viaduct is no more, but the Bennerley Viaduct is still in place.

Darley Abbey

Darley Abbey was originally the site of an Augustinian priory called Darley Abbey (or Darley Priory) which was established in 1137 and dedicated to St Helena. It had originally been founded in Derby by Robert de Ferrers, 2nd Earl of Derby and later removed to Darley. The Abbot was granted by this Earl and some of his successors many privileges in Duffield Forest and Chase.[1] The Abbey was founded about 1140, and soon became one of the richest Abbeys in Derbyshire. The Monks owned and operated the original Derby School, but the Abbey was almost totally obliterated during the Dissolution of the Monasteries. There are only two remaining buildings from the monastic period. One is now The Abbey Pub which was renovated to its present state in 1978, and the other makes up part of a private dwelling on Abbey Lane.[2]

Derby Cathedral

The Cathedral of All Saints (known as Derby Cathedral), is a cathedral church in the City of Derby, England. It is the seat of the Bishop of Derby, and with an area of around 10,950 sq ft (1,017 m2) is the smallest Anglican cathedral in England.[2]

Derby

Derby was for many years a railway centre, being the former headquarters of the Midland Railway, with both British Rail workshops and research facilities in the town. Although much less important than in years gone by, train manufacture continues in Derby and Derby railway station retains an important position in the railway network. The city is favoured as a site for a national railway centre.[15]

Information by Wikipedia.com

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