Green Hall, Stafford,

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Description:Front view of Green Hall, Lichfield Road.

Built in the 1820s for Charles Webb, a solicitor, the house was originally named Forebridge Hall.

Today the building houses the County Architect's Department.


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Lichfield Road, Stafford,
Lichfield Road, Stafford,

View at the junction with Wolverhampton Road. The thatched cottages have now ...

Cottages, Lichfield Road, Stafford,
Cottages, Lichfield Road, Stafford,

This row of thatched cottages was demolished in 1922.

Interior of the White Lion Public House, Stafford
Interior of the White Lion Public House, Stafford

The White Lion Inn was built on the site of the medieval St. John's Hospital, using ...

Forebridge Lock-up, Stafford,
Forebridge Lock-up, Stafford,

The lock-up on Lichfield Road dates from the early eighteenth century. It was built ...

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Donor ref:P97.004.0272, (18/1879)

Source: Staffordshire Museum Service

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