Anson Street, Rugeley

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Date:April 2014

Description:Pictured is the Rugeley War Memorial near to its original site in Anson Street, it was moved to Brook Square in 1972 and in 2008-09 moved back to Anson Street to this site.

In the centre (behind the trees) is a frozen food store ‘Iceland’ this was previously the site of the Rugeley Industrial Co-operative Society. On the right is the clock tower which is all that remains of the Market Hall and Town Hall buildings, they were demolished in the 1980s and replaced by a row of shops and apartments.


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1920s
Rugeley, Unveiling of the War Memorial
Rugeley, Unveiling of the War Memorial

The front cover from a Programme detailing the ceremony and order of service for ...

1950s
Anson Street, Rugeley
Anson Street, Rugeley

A quiet Wednesday morning in Anson Street. On the left is the Police Station with ...

1970s
Relocation of Rugeley War Memorial
Relocation of Rugeley War Memorial

Pictured are workmen preparing the timber frame which will be used to protect the ...

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Creators: Mr Bob Metcalfe - Creator

Image courtesy of: Mr Bob Metcalfe

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Source: Mr Bob Metcalfe

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