Martin Street, Stafford,

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Date:1850 - 1851 (c.)

Description:Watercolour painting by Great Haywood born sculptor and artist Samuel Peploe Wood (1827-1873). View down Martin Street, looking towards St. Mary's Church.


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1780s
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1870s
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1880s
Martin Street, Stafford,
Martin Street, Stafford,

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1900s
Jolly Bacchus Public House, Stafford,
Jolly Bacchus Public House, Stafford,

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1930s
Old Bee Garden, Stafford,
Old Bee Garden, Stafford,

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1950s
Bear Inn, Stafford,
Bear Inn, Stafford,

The seventeenth century Bear Inn on Greengate Street was built on the site of the ...

1970s
Bear Inn sign,
Bear Inn sign,

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Creators: Samuel Peploe Wood, (artist) - Creator

Donor ref:G94.165.0001 (18/2790)

Source: Staffordshire Museum Service

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