Eyam "Plague" Village England

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Eyam 'Plague' village England Nov 12, 2017
In Eyam pronounced Eem ,in 1665 a tailor received a bail of cloth from London which brought the plague to Eyam. 260 villagers died of the Plague, more than London. Today Eyam is a beautiful historic village in Derbyshire England,with a pub,church, museum, hall, and 2 tea rooms.The museum tells the story ,also the church. In the church is list of those who died, also there is a Plague stained glass window. The two famous plague cottages are side by side in the main street.There is a car park near Eyam Hall. A bus number 65 from Buxton leaves at 09-30 and 11-00,in the direction of Sheffield return is 12-11 and 15-21,journey time 40 minutes, in 2017. A bus number 66 in direction of Chesterfield in between.
Eyam Church
Plague window
Lists of those who died.
Info in church.
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german_eagle says:
Cute village, despite the tragic events back in 1665.
Posted on: Nov 12, 2017
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