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Eyam is a village in the Peak District National Park. The village is noted for an outbreak of bubonic plague which occurred there in 1665, in which the villagers chose to isolate themselves rather than let the infection spread. The present village was founded and named by Anglo-Saxons, although lead had been mined in the area by the Romans. Formerly industrial, its economy now relies on the tourist trade and it is promoted as 'the plague village'.
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by N Chadwick

Created: Sun, 6 Dec 2015, Updated: Fri, 3 Feb 2023

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SK2176 : Church Street, Eyam by Stephen McKay
SK2276 : The Square, Eyam by David Dixon
SK2176 : Eyam Post Office by Stephen McKay
SK2276 : Eyam Village by N Chadwick
SK2176 : Plague Cottages, Eyam by Stephen McKay
SK2276 : The centre of Eyam by David Smith
SK2176 : Flats in the former Bulls Head Inn, Eyam by David Smith
SK2176 : Eyam Museum by Stephen McKay
SK2176 : Eyam Plague Cottages, Church Street by David Dixon
SK2176 : Path towards Eyam Delf by David Dixon
SK2176 : Eyam Hall by David Dixon
SK2176 : The Plague window, Eyam church by David Smith
SK2176 : Celtic Cross outside St Lawrence's Church by David Dixon
SK2275 : The Eyam Boundary Stone by David Dixon
SK2276 : Eyam, Lydgate by David Dixon
SK2176 : St Lawrence's Church, Altar by David Dixon
SK2176 : Well dressing at Townhead, Eyam by David Smith
SK2176 : Eyam Post Office by David Dixon
SK2176 : Little Edge by N Chadwick
SK2176 : Footpath by Eyam Church by N Chadwick
SK2176 : Rose Cottage, Eyam by Rob Farrow
SK2176 : Eyam Hall by N Chadwick
SK2176 : Plague Window - Eyam Church by Stephen McKay
SK2176 : B6521, Eyam by N Chadwick
SK2275 : Site of mine, The Cliff, Eyam by David Smith

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