It's strange to think that the river Derwent still sits under Ladybower. Here's the old bridge still spanning what remains of a small tributary that led intlo the main river.
Ladybower reservoir. The submerged remains of Ashopton sit just under the bridge that you can see in the distance. The cicular structure to the left in the immediate foreground is an overflow.
The remains of Derwent Church. Just to the left of centre you can still see the two gate posts that led into the churchyard. The church was built in 1876 and closed after the last service in March 1943. A number of bodies were exhumed in 1940 and re-interred in Bamford Church graveyard.
The remains of an unknown farm NNW of the village. You can see the layout of the gardens and fields quite clearly.