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Stone Gateposts, Gerrard's Bromley Hall,

These gateposts belonged to Gerrard's Bromley Hall. The sixteenth century hall was demolished in the 1750s, but these gateposts and some of the barns still exist.

Stone Park, Stone

Stone Park was originally a hunting ground owned by Stone Priory. It was acquired by the Crompton family after the Reformation and ownership passed to the Leveson-Gower family of Trentham in the 18th ...

Stone Park, Stone

Stone Park was originally a hunting ground owned by Stone Priory. It was acquired by the Crompton family after the Reformation and ownership passed to the Leveson-Gower family of Trentham in the 18th ...

Stonework, Ingestre Stables,

The original seventeenth century stables at Ingestre Hall are next to St. Mary's Church. The new stables (pictured) were designed by John Birch in the late nineteenth century. This elaborate building ...

Stretton Mill

Stretton Mill has been the site of a watermill since at least the mid 18th century.

Swan Farm, Norton Canes

An aerial view of Swan Farm on Watling Street (the A5), Norton Canes, looking north. The site of Swan Farm now lies beneath the M6 Toll road.

Teddesley Home Farm

Teddesley Home Farm was built in 1767. In 1820 an overshot water wheel was installed to power a stationary threshing machine. The original wooden wheel was replaced by an iron wheel in 1838. There ...

The apiary, Trentham Hall

One of the outbuildings linked with Trentham Hall: the apiary. The apiary was to the east of Park drive. here the estate beehives were kept.

The Dairy House, Trentham. Photographed by William Blake.

Landscape with a view of the Dairy House at Trentham, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire.

The Grange, Cheddleton

View of Grange farm house from the south east.

The Stable Block at Crakemarsh Hall, near Uttoxeter

The Coach House was occupied by JCB from about 1947 until 1950 when they moved to new premises at Rocester. Crakemarsh Hall was extensively rebuilt in 1815 for Sir Thomas Cotton Sheppard around the ...

The Stables, Ingestre Hall

A view showing the Tea Room in the Stable Block at Ingestre, taken when Ingestre Hall was open to the public in the 1950s. The 'new' stables were designed by John Birch in the late nineteenth century. ...

The stables, Trentham Hall

Trentham Hall stables yard off Park Drive.

The Toyes, Enville

The Toyes or Toys Farm existed on this site by 1496. It was formerly known as Hay House and is named after the Toy family, landowners in Enville parish.

The Village, Alstonefield

Alstonefield is one of eight villages within the parish of the same name. In 1951 the parish became part of the Peak District National Park. The area is a popular place for walkers, and there are a number ...

The Village, Consall

The name Consall means 'Cuna's (from the Danish for king) hall'. The village was a former township in the ancient parish of Cheddleton and since the 13th century was part of the estate owned by the Draycott ...

Threshing Machine and Traction Engine, Shugborough,

Timber Framed Barn, Gnosall,

This timber framed barn stood to the north of St. Lawrence's Church. The barn was burnt down in 1949. Photograph donated by Stafford Historical and Civic Society, who retain copyright ownership.