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The small town of Clay Cross, six miles south of Chesterfield, was developed by ‘Father of the Railways’ George Stephenson in the 19th century. It currently sits on the A61, once a Roman road, and when Stephenson planned the railway route through the town he encountered a problem – the hill on which Clay Cross is built. His mile-long tunnel goes straight underneath the town, and there are ventilation shafts throughout Clay Cross.
Parking in a small town can be tricky, especially if it’s unfamiliar. Search, book and park with YourParkingSpace for a hassle-free end to the journey, leaving you with more time to explore Clay Cross. Why not put parking in your pocket by downloading our free app?
No trip to Clay Cross would be complete without a visit to:
- Stainsby Mill
- Hardwick Hall
- Matlock Farm Park
Do you have access to an empty parking space near Clay Cross? It takes moments to register with YourParkingSpace and you could be earning an easy extra income in no time.
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