Peak District blanketed in snow - in pictures

Snow has been falling across the Peak District today leaving the area looking like a winter wonderland.

Tuesday, 22nd January 2019, 3:58 pm
Updated Wednesday, 23rd January 2019, 2:08 pm
Snow in Derbyshire

These photos were captured by Rod Kirkpatrick/F Stop Press.

Snowfall at Mam Tor. Photo - Rod Kirkpatrick/F Stop Press
Snowfall at Mam Tor. Photo - Rod Kirkpatrick/F Stop Press

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Snowfall at Mam Tor. Photo - Rod Kirkpatrick/F Stop Press
Snow in Flash. Photo - Rod Kirkpatrick/ F Stop Press
A walker out in the snow at Mam Tor. Photo - Rod Kirkpatrick/F Stop Press
A family sit down for a picnic beneath a way marker on Mam Tor. Photo - Rod Kirkpatrick/F Stop Press
Snow covered houses in Buxton. Photo - Rod Kirkpatrick/F Stop Press
A crashed car on Winnats Pass.Photo - Rod Kirkpatrick/F Stop Press
Snow in Buxton. Photo - Rod Kirkpatrick/ F Stop Press
Snow in the Peak District. Photo - Rod Kirkpatrick/F Stop Press
Snow at Mam Tor. Photo - Rod Kirkpatrick/F Stop Press
As seen from Eyam Edge, miles and miles of dry stone walls stretch out over snow covered farmland around Foolow. Photo - Rod Kirkpatrick/F Stop Press
As seen from Eyam Edge, miles and miles of dry stone walls stretch out over snow covered farmland around Foolow. Photo - Rod Kirkpatrick/F Stop Press
As seen from Eyam Edge, miles and miles of dry stone walls stretch out over snow covered farmland around Foolow. Photo - Rod Kirkpatrick/F Stop Press
As seen from Eyam Edge, miles and miles of dry stone walls stretch out over snow covered farmland around Foolow. Photo - Rod Kirkpatrick/F Stop Press
As seen from Eyam Edge, miles and miles of dry stone walls stretch out over snow covered farmland around Foolow. Photo - Rod Kirkpatrick/F Stop Press
As seen from Eyam Edge, miles and miles of dry stone walls stretch out over snow covered farmland around Foolow. Photo - Rod Kirkpatrick/F Stop Press
As seen from Eyam Edge, miles and miles of dry stone walls stretch out over snow covered farmland around Foolow. Photo - Rod Kirkpatrick/F Stop Press