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Mr William John Bayliss, Retirement Presentation, English Electric Co., Stafford

Pictured is Mr William John Bayliss, a Co-Boss in 103 Section, Turbine Generator Division, during his retirement presentation after working for English Electric for 42 years from 1912 to 1954. The presentation ...

Nelson Way, Stafford,

Nelson Way was built by the English Electric Co. to provide housing for their workers, and was named after the chairman of the company. Rising Brook School can be seen in the background.

New filter beds at the water reclamation works, Uttoxeter

Newcastle Railway Junction, Shelton, Stoke-on-Trent

The main line railway junction with the Newcastle spur. Etruria gas works can be seen in the background. In the foreground is D3800 diesel shunting engine (built 1959) and to the left is 42667 steam ...

Office, Siemens Engineering Works, Stafford,

Siemens Bros. Electrical Engineering Works opened its Lichfield Road factory in 1903, after relocating from Woolwich with 800 of its employees. The company manufactured generators, electric motors and ...

Opening of Quixhill Waterworks, near Rocester

Group of men, possibly committee members and local councillors, together with family members, at the opening of Quixhill Waterworks.

Opening of Quixhill Waterworks, Rocester.

Group of men, possibly committee members and local councillors, at the opening of Quixhill Waterworks.

Overhead electrical linesmen, Ladderedge, near Leek

Electricity power line erecting team at work at Ladderedge, near Leek. The men pictured worked for Callender's Cable & Construction Company Limited and were based in Stoke on Trent. From left to right: ...

Possibly an Osler Trial Boring for Water, Kinver

Railway at Pool Dam, Newcastle-under-Lyme

A derelict part of Pool Dam Branch railway, which was opened in 1850. The railway was built as an industrial line to connect the Silverdale mines and ironworks with Pool Dam, originally so that the freight ...

Railway generator unit, English Electric Co., Stafford

This portable generator unit, No. 3, WD 1257 and the No.5 unit (on the right) are pictured near to the Queensville railway bridge which carries the A34 Lichfield Road over the West Coast Main Line at ...

Redevelopment at the Hough, Cricket and Hockey Ground, Stafford

This scene shows the start of a redevelopment of the former Stafford Cricket and Hockey Club site at the Hough. Stafford Cricket Club moved to the Hough site in 1890. Stafford Hockey Club shared the facilities ...

Retirement presentation at GEC ALSTHOM, Stafford

Geoff Rickards is pictured at his retirement presentation being congratulated by Ian Maskery on achieving fifty years’ service in the Works Cashiers Department. Left to right: Sam Holden, Diane Williams, ...

Retirement presentation, Alstom, Stafford

Bjarn Andersen, Manager of the Engineering Department is pictured on the left congratulating Bill Fox, Mechanical Design Technician, who was retiring after 42 years’ service with ALSTOM Transmission and ...

Retirement Presentation, English Electric, Stafford,

Ivor Farr's retirement presentation at English Electric on Lichfield Road. Mr Farr, on the left, worked in the Switchgear Department, and was presented with a cigarette dispenser.

Road works, Stewponey

Possibly a water main being laid by South Staffordshire Water.

Robson Street, Hanley

Looking down Robson Street towards the entrance to the Hanley Greyhound and Speedway Stadium (Sun Street Stadium). In the middle distance is one of the gas holders belonging to Etruria gasworks. On the ...

Rugeley 'A' and 'B' Power Stations

A postcard view of a winter scene taken at sunrise looking towards Rugeley Power Stations. The picture was taken from the canal bridge over the Trent and Mersey Canal on Station Road in Rugeley which ...