Gaol Square Garage, Stafford,

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Description:This garage was owned by Charles Clarke.

The garage later moved to Queensville.

Alle the buildings except the Snow Hill Methodist Chapel and the old Abercrombie Inn at the extreme right have been demolished. In 2003 the Gaol Square gyratory occupies this site.


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Mayor's Procession, Stafford
Mayor's Procession, Stafford

View of Gaol Square. In the distance can be seen Foregate Street, on the left, ...

Stafford Electricity Showroom,
Stafford Electricity Showroom,

View of the front of the new electricity showroom and offices on Foregate Street. ...

Remains of the Sidney Fountain, Stafford
Remains of the Sidney Fountain, Stafford

The Sidney fountain was erected on Gaol Square in 1889 by the widow of Thomas Sidney, ...

Lorries Transporting Aircraft through Stafford,
Lorries Transporting Aircraft through Stafford,

This photograph was taken on Foregate Street after the Second World War. The lorries ...

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Donor ref:P97.004.0062 (18/758)

Source: Staffordshire Museum Service

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