Queen Elizabeth II's Visit to Stafford in 1955

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Date:3rd of November 1955


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1680s
Old Town Hall, Stafford,
Old Town Hall, Stafford,

There has been a shire building in Stafford since the 1280s, used as a meeting place ...

1790s
Proposed Design for Stafford's Shire Hall,
Proposed Design for Stafford's Shire Hall,

Design for a new Shire Hall on Market Square. In 1790 a decision was made to ...

1850s
Martin Street, Stafford,
Martin Street, Stafford,

Watercolour painting by Great Haywood born sculptor and artist Samuel Peploe Wood ...

1870s
Portrait of Mr Ross Hughes, Surgeon, Stafford,
Portrait of Mr Ross Hughes, Surgeon, Stafford,

1890s
Stafford Cycle Club,
Stafford Cycle Club,

1910s
Boots' Chemists and the Post Office, Stafford,
Boots' Chemists and the Post Office, Stafford,

The General Post Office moved from Eastgate Street to this building on Market Square ...

1930s
'Heels' Pageant Float, Stafford
'Heels' Pageant Float, Stafford

The annual procession through Stafford ended with a fair on the town common. A ...

1950s
Library Van, Stafford,
Library Van, Stafford,

Stafford's first mobile library was commissioned in 1950.

1970s
Bank Passage, Stafford,
Bank Passage, Stafford,

View through Bank Passage from Market Square. The plaque to the right of the arch ...

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Queen Elizabeth II's Visit to Stafford in 1955

Queen Elizabeth II's Visit to Stafford


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Creators: Peter Rogers (photographer) - Creator

Image courtesy of: Staffordshire County Records Office

Donor ref:County Record Office No., 443, img: 1656 (18/2105)

Source: Staffordshire Museum Service

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