See how much Chesterfield has changed with these great 'now and then' photos

This week's stroll down Chesterfield's memory lane looks at some much-loved shops as we see how the town has evolved over the years.

Wednesday, 4th September 2019, 5:24 pm
Demolition of the old Horns Railway Bridge

These retro pictures are from the Derbyshire Times archives. For more images of Chesterfield then and now, visit our retro section.

Cathedral Vaults in Chesterfield town centre in 1970
Today building is home to Peak Pharmacy on the market place..

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The former A.G.D. building seen in November 1963
Today the site is occupied by Royal Mail's Future Walk offices
One of the town's most missed stores, Johnson's ironmongers on Chatsworth Road, Brampton.
Today the building is home to the award-winning Dotique store
Street entertainment on Chesterfield's Burlington Street in 1985
Looking from Burlington Street towards the Market Place today
Demolition of the old Horns Railway Bridge, once part of a railway viaduct which straddled Derby Road, being removed to make way for the new by-pass in 1984
Horns Bridge's roundabout today
Manor School on Ashgate Road.
Today the site is home to Ashgate Medical Practice