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Worthingtons Brewery, Burton-on-Trent.

View perhaps from the High Street crossing box. Men are loading wagons beside the Worthington Ale Dock, and a Worthington private wagon is visible sticking out from the run through the dock.

Worthingtons' Loco pulling wagons, Burton-on-Trent

In the background Brewery buildings can be seen on the right.

WRACs at Stafford Station

Members of "B " Company W.R.A.C., Stafford, with their officer, Lieutenant D. Prior (centre, back row) waiting for their train at Stafford station for their annual fortnight's Summer camp at Burscough, ...

Wright's Grocers Shop, Stafford,

View of Wright's grocers shop on the corner of St. Patrick's Street and Foregate Street, seen from Foregate Street. The building is still a shop and remains little changed to this day. The public ...

Wyggeston Street, Burton-on-Trent

View looking along the street, with a gas lamp in the centre of the picture. The footpath is paved but the road is not.

Wyrley and Essington Canal, near Lichfield

This postcard view shows a widebeam barge near to Lock number 14 on the former Wryley and Essington Canal. Lock 14 was one of a series of locks on the canal between Wall Lane and Fosseway Lane near Lichfield. ...

Yarnfield Garage

This photograph was taken during the short period in which Yarnfield Garage sold petrol.

Yarnfield Village,

Ye Burton Olde Bridge

Ye Olde Mill Cafe, Alton

The mill building was turned into a cafe some time after the mill closed c1932. The premises was also used as a petrol station for many years, which meant it was a convenient stop-off place for visitors ...

Yoxall Church

St Peter's Church was largely rebuilt by Henry Woodyer in 1865-8. The church still retains a number of medieval features, including a Norman south doorway, Decorated arcades and a Perpendicular tower....