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Wash house, Kettlebrook road, Tamworth

This interior photograph of a wash house shows among other things the stove, which would have been used to heat the water, and the dolly peg, used to wash the clothes.

Washing Up, Memorial Hall, Hixon,

Washing up outside the Memorial Hall on High Street, possibly after celebrating the opening of the hall in 1926. The hall was built to commemorate the Hixon men who were killed in the First World War. Sir ...

Wedding Party, Newcastle-under-Lyme

A 'wedding breakfast' held for the couple seated at the head of the table. This photograph is quite unusual and gives a good insight into the furnishings and decorations of an ordinary Edwardian home.

Wedgwood Museum Gallery, Barlaston,

The first 'new' museum at the Wedgwood factory, which was a major part of the Visitor Centre concept, inaugurated in September 1975. Photograph by courtesy of the Trustees of the Wedgwood Museum, Barlaston, ...

Whacky Backy

Acrylic painting by Paul Hill (1959-). Commissioned by Staffordshire Arts & Museum Service for the 'homes' exhibition at the Shire Hall Gallery, Stafford in 1993. The artist worked with a group of homeless ...

'What is home without a mother?', Glascote

This photograph was entered and won a competition in a national newspaper, for the best photograph. The photograph was taken in a neighbours kitchen and shows two of the three Brain children, Leslie or ...

William Buttler, amateur radio operator, Burslem

William Butler, photographed here in his mid-60s at his home in Waterloo Road, Burslem, was a keen amateur shortwave radio operator. William never used a microphone to contact other shortwave operators, ...

Wolverhampton - 'King Charles' Bed': woodcut engraving

'King Charles's Bed.' Showing a four poster bed. Anonymous.

Wood carving of Hippocamp, Stafford Castle

A winged horse or 'Hippocamp' oak carving which formed part of the panelling inside the Hall in Stafford Castle. The castle to the south-west of the town was built in the fourteenth century by Ralph ...