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Aerial View of Stafford,

Aerial view taken by R.A.F. 42 Operational Training Unit. In the lower half of the photograph can be seen the River Sow, Tenterbanks and Victoria Park (the tennis courts can be seen on the right). ...

Beeston Tor, Manifold Valley

A view of the Manifold Valley, looking towards the limestone cliffs of Beeston Tor. The building on the lane in the middle distance is Beeston Tor Farm. This area is now part of the Peak District National ...

Bishton Hall, Colwich,

Bishton Hall was built by John Sparrow, a banker, in the late eighteenth century. When he died his daughter, Charlotte, added the two bowed blocks on either side of the main entrance. The hall is ...

Chinese House, Shugborough Park

The design for the Chinese House was taken from sketches made by Sir Percy Brett, who accompanied Admiral Anson during his voyage of circumnavigation. The journey included a stay of some months in China. The ...

Coppice Mill, Stone,

At one time there were ten mills in the Moddershall Valley which provided material for the pottery industry. This is Coppice Mill on Longton Road, also known as Shardlow's Mill. In the eighteenth ...

Coronation Bridge, Victoria Park, Stafford

The land between Izaak Walton Walk and the railway station was marshy and liable to flooding. In 1903 the Corporation bought the land and raised its level by three feet. The area was laid out as Victoria ...

Essex Bridge, Great Haywood

There has been a bridge crossing the River Trent at Great Haywood since the sixteenth century. It was rumoured that the bridge was built by the Earl of Essex, to allow Queen Elizabeth I to visit him ...

Essex Bridge, Great Haywood

There has been a bridge crossing the River Trent at Great Haywood since the sixteenth century. It was rumoured that the bridge was built by the Earl of Essex, to allow Queen Elizabeth I to visit him ...

Essex Bridge, Great Haywood,

There has been a bridge crossing the River Trent at Great Haywood since the sixteenth century. It was rumoured that the bridge was built by the Earl of Essex, to allow Queen Elizabeth I to visit him ...

Essex Bridge, Great Haywood,

There has been a bridge crossing the River Trent at Great Haywood since the sixteenth century. It was rumoured that the bridge was built by the Earl of Essex, to allow Queen Elizabeth I to visit him ...

Fishing in the River Sow, Shugborough Park,

Fishing in the River Trent, Shugborough Park,

Floods by South Street, Stafford,

The River Sow in flood, looking towards the Gas Works from South Street.

Floods, Victoria Park, Stafford,

View of Izaak Walton Walk and the Coronation Bridge.

Footbridge at Aston-by-Stone

A postcard view published by A.W. Tilley of 7 Radford Street, Stone.

Iron Bridge, Shugborough,

This bridge carried the drive from Shugborough Hall to Little Haywood. It was removed during the 1950s, leaving the section across the Trent & Mersey Canal.

Izaak Walton Walk, Stafford

The development of Izaak Walton Walk in the 1880s was part of Stafford Corporation's river improvement scheme. Seats and railings were installed. Later, around 1900, trees were added to improve the appearance ...

Izaak Walton Walk, Stafford,

The development of Izaak Walton Walk in the 1880s was part of the Corporation's river improvement scheme. Trees were planted along the length of the walk, and seats and railings were added.