- This article is about the Peak District hamlet; for other uses see Alport (disambiguation).
River Lathkill at the millpond, Alport.
Alport shown within Derbyshire
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Alport is a hamlet in the White Peak area of Derbyshire, England. It lies east of Youlgreave, at the confluence of the River Bradford and the River Lathkill. The oldest house in the hamlet is Monks Hall. There also used to be a pub, which was demolished thanks the construction of a main road, which leads to the A6 and towards Buxton.
The name "Alport" means "Old town", possibly with market trading connotations.
- Nixon, Frank (1969). "The Industrial Archaeology of Derbyshire".
- White Peak Walks, The Northern Dales, Mark Richards, 1985 ISBN 0-902363-53-0
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