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The village was notable for its large gardens, and its rural setting. The Mechanics Institute was built in 1846; schools were provided in 1850 and a parish church in 1852.

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Nearby is Pye Hill and the bend in the Cromford Canal where it turns southward down the Erewash Valley and the junction with its extension to Pinxton.

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Ironville Children's Centre Ironville and Codnor Park Primary School  Victoria Street Ironville NG16 5NB

Pop. in 1861, 2, 293. Houses, 419. Pop. of the Alfreton portion, 1, 508; of the Pentrich portion, 84; of the CodnorPark portion, 614. The inhabitants are employed chiefly in iron works. The living is a Vicarage in the diocese of Lichfield. Value, £150. Patron, Francis Wright, Esq. The church was built in 1852, by the Butterley Iron company; and consists of nave, transepts, and chancel, with a tower. There are large national and infant schools, and a new cemetery of about 1½ acre.

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In 1870-72, John Marius Wilson's Imperial Gazetteer of England and Wales described Ironville like this:

The local authority demolished most of the old village in the late twentieth century.

Ironville in Derbyshire, England, was built about 1830 by the Butterley Company as a "model village" to house its workers. The population of the civil parish was 1,851 at the 2011 Census.[2] It is situated between Riddings and Codnor Park.

John Wright and William Jessop had purchased the land adjacent to the Cromford Canal from Lancelot Rolleston of Watnall in 1809.

About a quarter of a mile north east is another transport landmark, Pye Bridge at the junction of the Erewash Valley railway line and the extension to Ambergate. Part of the line to Ambergate is now preserved as Midland Railway - Butterley, which terminates just south of the former Pye Bridge Station.

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GB Historical GIS / University of Portsmouth, History of Ironville, in Amber Valley and Derbyshire | Map and description, A Vision of Britain through Time.

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