The newly-refurbished Derbyshire Record Office in Matlock is the latest venue to host the Combine Farming Heritage East Midlands exhibition.
The exhibition showcases the work of local youngsters who have joined forces with farmers, archivists and curators to research the rich farming heritage of the East Midlands.
Also on display is a new map of Derbyshire made by students from Highfields School who worked with Derbyshire based artist Danny Callaghan.
The exhibition, which has been delivered by Bolosver-based group Junction Arts and funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund, will be on display until April 27.
For more information about the project and all the touring dates, visit www.combinefarmingheritage.org.