Anson Street, Rugeley

Move your pointing device over the image to zoom to detail. If using a mouse click on the image to toggle zoom.
When in zoom mode use + or - keys to adjust level of image zoom.

Date:1907 - 1910 (c.)

Description:This postcard view looks northeast along Anson Street to the tower of St. Augustine’s church in the distance. The building on the left is Rugeley Police Station.

This postcard was published by G. Frith, Horse Fair Post Office, Rugeley. William Augustus 'Gus' Frith was a stationer, sub-postmaster and cabinet-maker at 55 Horsefair, and published postcards between about 1900 and 1910.


The timeline shows resources around this location over a number of years.

Anson Street, Rugeley
Anson Street, Rugeley

A postcard view of the Post Office, Anson Street, Rugeley. This postcard was ...

Rugeley Views
Rugeley Views

This multi-view postcard with scenes of Rugeley and Cannock Chase was published ...

The Perry School of Dance and the Chase Players, Rugeley
The Perry School of Dance and the Chase Players, Rugeley

Left to right: Jeanne Crutchley, Brenda Tranter, Susan Large, Denise Doran, Sandra ...

Demolition of Rugeley Town Hall and Market Hall
Demolition of Rugeley Town Hall and Market Hall

This photograph captures the demolition of Rugeley Town Hall and the Market Hall ...

View Location


Link to this resource

Creators: Miss Dorothy Roberts - Contributor

Donor ref:BM-DR-04 (192/35259)

Source: Mr Bob Metcalfe

Copyright information: Copyrights to all resources are retained by the individual rights holders. They have kindly made their collections available for non-commercial private study & educational use. Re-distribution of resources in any form is only permitted subject to strict adherence to the usage guidelines.