Stafford Viewed from Coton Hill,

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Date:1685 - 1686 (c.)

Description:View of Stafford from the east.

The churches of St. Chad's (left) and St. Mary's can be seen in the centre. Above the town, on the hill, are the remains of Stafford Castle.


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Corporation Street School Christmas Concert, Stafford,

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Castle Inn, Stafford,
Castle Inn, Stafford,

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Shrewsbury Arms, Stafford,

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Creators: M. Burghers (engraver) - Creator

Donor ref:G95.119.0001 (18/2000)

Source: Staffordshire Museum Service

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