Disused railway bridge, Burbage,which carried the old Macclesfield Road over the line. Viewed looking NE over Burbage and Buxton. The bridge is completely filled some 15 yards in. To the north lies the 500 yd Burbage Tunnel which took the line into the Goyt Valley.
|Burbage shown within Derbyshire|
|Population||2,540 (Ward. 2011)|
|OS grid reference|
|Sovereign state||United Kingdom|
|EU Parliament||East Midlands|
Burbage, is a village in Derbyshire, and was a parish until 1961, when it became part of the parish of Buxton. At the 2011 Census Burbage was a ward of the High Peak Council. The population taken at this Census was 2,540.
Burbage backs onto Grinlow Woods and provides access to Solomon's Temple.
Burbage Tunnel is a remnant of the Cromford and High Peak Railway, which operated from 1831 to 1967, although the section near Burbage was abandoned in the 1890s in favour of a new alignment via Buxton.
Photographs of Burbage can be found at GENUKI
Burbage Golf Club (now defunct) first appeared in 1899. It continued until the 1920s. 
Media related to Burbage, Derbyshire at Wikimedia Commons