River Derwent

 River Derwent Derbyshire River Wye River Amber

River Derwent is in River Trent.

The River Derwent rises on Bleaklow [Map] after which it passes Bamford [Map], Hope, Derbyshire [Map], Hathersage [Map], Grindleford [Map], Baslow, Derbyshire [Map], Chatsworth House [Map] passing under Chatsworth Bridge [Map], Rowsley [Map] which it is joined by the Derbyshire River Wye, Matlock [Map], Matlock Bath [Map], Cromford [Map], Ambergate [Map] where it is joined by the River Amber. After Ambergate [Map] it passes Belper, Derbyshire [Map], Duffield, Derbyshire [Map] then flows through the centre of Derby [Map] after which it joins the River Trent around 1.4 Km east of [Map].

1759. Chatsworth Bridge [Map] spans the River Derwent. 1759-74 by James Paine, substantially completed by 1761. Sandstone ashlar and rock-faced sandstone. Three broad segmental arches with step moulding and moulded hoodmould.

Tutbury Castle, Staffordshire [Map] guards the confluence of the River Dove and River Derwent.

River Amber

The River Amber rises near Kelstedge, Derbyshire [Map] after which it flows through Ashover, Derbyshire [Map], Wooley [Map] before joining the River Derwent at Ambergate [Map].