Derbyshire workers during the last century are pictured in this collection of retro photographs.
These photos provide an insight of how the workforce and workplace has changed over the last century.
Pictured are miners, farmers and workers in the growing engineering industry which provided a lot of jobs because of the machinery.
5. Engineers at Rolls Royce
Engineers at the Rolls Royce factory pictured in August 1964 in Derbyshire assembling RB 162 lightweight lift jets. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images) Photo: Hulton Archive
6. Wives take action
The wives of striking Derbyshire miners hand in a letter to the Coal Board in Hobart Place on January 18, 1972: With them was former MP for Bolsover, Dennis Skinner (centre). (Photo by Evening Standard/Getty Images) Photo: Evening Standard
7. Mines Research
300 Durham miners are pictured watching a controlled explosion at the Mines Research Station at Harpur Hill, Buxton. The explosion was specially staged using underground coal dust - the flame which shot out of a tunnel was 300 feet long, and made an impressive picture. (Photo by Fox Photos/Hulton Archive/Getty Images) Photo: Hulton Archive
8. Building site
Royal Engineers and civilians work together, building the steel frames for Iris huts on a building site in Derbyshire, as part of work to build new towns, almost overnight on October 8, 1942. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images) Photo: Keystone