Derwent village was submerged underwater but it has now been drained and reclaimed.
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Four years ago the village of Derwent, Derbyshire, was submerged by an extension of Ladybower Reservoir. The valley has now been drained and the village reclaimed.
L/S general view of the village of Derwent, showing the church, high and dry. M/S the church. C/U pan up and down the church and across the valley. Various other shots of the church rising above the water, the surface of which is whipped into small waves by the breeze. L/S good cloud scape above a hill. C/U a signpost with pointers to Sheffield, Glossop and Derwent. L/S a viaduct bridge across the valley. Various other shots, almost repeats of those listed above.
Cataloguer's note: cuts for story 'Derwent, Derbyshire' in 47/97 on *PM1197*.