The shed is at the south end of Derby Midland Station on the east side of the London line. The yard is visible from the London line and partially visible from the Burton line.
Cross Derby Midland Station yard into Midland Road. Turn left into Carrington Street, left into Nelson Street, and almost immediately right into Noble Street. Turn left into Hullard Street and a footbridge leads to the shed from the end of this cul-de-sac. Walking time 5 minutes.
The shed is on the west side of the line south of the station. The yard is visible from the line.
Turn left outside the station along Borough Road. Turn left into Wellington Street and left into Shobnall Road. A cinder path leads to the shed from a gate on the right-hand side, just before the railway over-bridge. Walking time 15 minutes.
The shed is on the west side of the line, between Darley Dale and Rowsley Stations. The yard is visible from the line.
Turn right outside Rowsley Station into the main Derby road (A6) and bear right with this road after crossing the railway bridge. Continue along this road parallel to the railway for almost a mile. Turn right into an opening by Rowsley South Junction Signalbox, and cross the boarded level crossing. Immediately after crossing the line turn left along a cinder path running parallel to the line. This leads to the shed. Walking time 30 minutes.
The shed is close to the canal by the foot of the first incline on the Cromford and High Peak line. The approximate position is 53.05.50.N., 01.32.10.W. The shed may be approached by a short rough road running down a slope from the main Derby to Matlock Road (A6). This rough road is approximately 1¼} miles south of the cross roads in Cromford, and 1¾ miles north of Whatstandwell Station at a place marked on some maps as Highpeak Junction although it is ¾ mile north of the junction of the High Peak line and the Derby-Matlock line.
The shed is on the south side of the High Peak line at the top of the first incline. The approximate position is 53.06.00.N., 01.33.00.W. There is no direct means of access to this shed from a public highway.
The shed is at the top of the second incline on the Cromford and High Peak line. The approximate position is 53.05.30.N., Ol.35.l5.W. About 1¼ miles north of Wirksworth, and ½ mile south of Middleton village, the main Wirksworth to Bakewell Road passes under the second incline of the High Peak line. Slightly north of this bridge there is a cross roads, the other road running from Cromford to a point called Godfreyhole on the main Wirksworth to Ashbourne Road. This road to Godfreyhole also passes under the second incline at a point slightly higher than the Wirksworth to Bakewell Road. Just south of the bridge on the Godfreyhole Road, a rough road forks off to the right running up the hillside. After a few yards a second rough road meets the first one at right angles on the right-hand side. This leads to the shed.