Greengate Street and Mill Bank Corner, Stafford,

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Date:1920 - 1930 (c.)

Description:View showing Henry Mercer's saddlers shop and the Baths Hotel on Greengate Street.

In 1928 the council purchased Mercer's, along with various other buildings between the shop and the Coach and Horses public house, in order to widen Mill Bank (only part of Mercer's shop was demolished). During the demolition the lower courses of the old town walls were revealed; they are now under the road surface of the present Mill Bank.

Just visible on the right is Chetwynd House, which was Stafford's General Post Office between 1914 and 2007. The initials of William Chetwynd (1683?-1770), who had the house built in 1712-15, can still be seen in the wrought-iron gateway.


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1870s
Bridge Street, Stafford
Bridge Street, Stafford

View from Green Bridge towards Chetwynd House. Mr Jenkinson, a baker and confectioner, ...

1900s
Royal Brine Baths, Stafford
Royal Brine Baths, Stafford

In the 1880s a thick bed of salt was discovered on Stafford Common, during the search ...

1910s
John Townsend's Saddlers Shop, Stafford,
John Townsend's Saddlers Shop, Stafford,

Townsend's Saddle and Harness shop was located at 24 Greengate Street. Prior ...

1940s
Chetwynd House, Stafford,
Chetwynd House, Stafford,

Chetwynd House was built around 1712-1715 by William Chetwynd, 3rd Viscount Chetwynd ...

1970s
Corner of Mill Street and Greengate Street, Stafford,
Corner of Mill Street and Greengate Street, Stafford,

On the left is Chetwynd House, built around 1712-1715 by William Chetwynd, 3rd Viscount ...

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Source: Staffordshire Museum Service

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