Buxton is a spa town in the Derbyshire Peak District, and at 300m above
sea level it is credited with being the highest market town in England.
For day-trippers and visitors, the higher Buxton area offers a diverse range
of shops, pubs, cafes and restaurants.
This webcam view is overlooking the Town Hall car park, usually a very busy
car park, which is open most days except for when the space is required
for special events such as the Buxton Carnival or Spring Fair, amongst
This is a live webcam stream of Buxton market place.
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Below are some pictures created by the late Rex Page, a local artist which feature landmarks from Buxton, Derbyshire, and further afield.
The artist, originally from Didsbury, Manchester moved to Derbyshire in the late 1960's. As a keen walker, cyclist, photographer and painter, the Derbyshire Dales were the perfect location for the inspiration of these paintings.
We are pleased to offer these high quality prints at just £19.99 each including delivery. Prints are rolled and sent in tubes by Royal Mail. Please allow upto 10 days for delivery.
Buxton Landmarks 1998 by R.Page. Print size 30cm x 50cm. £19.99
This beautiful watercolour, originally painted in 1998 depicts some of Buxton's most historic landmarks including the Royal Devonshire Hospital, The Palace Hotel, The Crescent, Samuel Turner Memorial, St Annes Well, Opera House, Victorian Postbox, Old Hall Hotel, Pavilion Gardens and the Market Cross.
Derbyshire Churches 2000 by R. Page. Print size 35cm x 50cm. £19.99
A stunning watercolour originally painted in the summer of 2000, depicts some of Derbyshires most beautiful Churches including St Laurence's at Eyam, St Margaret's at Wormhill, St John the Baptist at Tideswell, St Oswald's at Ashbourne, St Mary's at Tissington and St Peter's at Hope.
Places of Interest circa 1997 by R. Page. Print size 46.5cm x 32cm. £19.99
This landscape montage features some of the artists favourite places including Overy Marsh, Norfolk, The Pavilion at Buxton, Derbyshire, Llyn Ogwen and Y Garm in North Wales, The Shambles in York, and The Mill at Dunham, Cheshire.