Cobbles are being reset in Chesterfield town centre as part of a series of road repairs being carried out in Derbyshire this month.
Derbyshire County Council is investing £516,000 in road repairs and other improvements throughout June.
As part of the work, £50,000 will be spent on resetting the cobbles and £20,000 resurfacing Stone Road in Dronfield.
Coun Dean Collins, deputy cabinet member for jobs, economy and transport, said: “Improving roads and pavements in the county is one of our priorities and work that is being carried out this month will help us to achieve it.
“We are always checking which roads need improving to ensure Derbyshire has an efficient transport network which is important to the local economy.”
The council will spend £35 million on improving roads this financial year.