Currently researching a family holiday from 1959/60 in Etwall Derbyshire. I found some photographs with my Mothers family up there. It included a trip to Dove Holes from Etwall. I recall travelling by train. Summertime 1959/60, leaving very early in the morning. It would have been August. I was wondering if anyone could give me the probable route we would have taken, and possible cost for 2 Adults, and two children aged 8/9 and 3/4. Secondly, what route would we have taken from Etwall to Dove Holes during those years. I recall a marvellous sunny day at Dove Holes, picnicking by a river, with my parents and my aunt and uncle and baby cousin. The discovery of photo's have brought the journey and the outing back to mind. Any help with be gratefully received.