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Ind Coope & Co. Ltd, Burton-on-Trent

General view of the brewery, with the stores in the foreground next to the main railway line. The site, known locally as Grant's Yard is now vacant (in February 2003) with planning permission for a housing ...

Ind Coope Maltings, Burton-on-Trent

View of the four Ind Coope Maltings which stood adjacent to the main railway line, near to the station. The end of one of the platforms can be seen in the picture. This area now houses the Imex Business ...

Ind Coope's offices, Burton upon Trent

A tinted lantern slide view of Ind Coope's brewery offices on Station Street decorated for King Edward VII's visit to Burton upon Trent. Copyright: Burton Library.

Industrial Landscape. Photographed by William Blake.

Print of an industrial landscape. Unknown location.

Industrial Landscape. Photographed by William Blake.

Print of an industrial landscape. Unknown location.

Industrial Landscape. Photographed by William Blake.

Print of an industrial landscape with a view of pot bank bottle kilns and a house. Unknown location.

Industrial Landscape. Photographed by William Blake.

Print of an industrial landscape. Unknown location.

Industrial Landscape. Photographed by William Blake.

An industrial landscape with a view of pot bank bottle kilns. Unknown location.

Inside an Enamel Kiln.

Pottery factory interior with a view inside an enamel kiln placed with decorated wares. No saggars are being used in this firing. Decorated pottery was coal fired in an enamel (or muffle) kiln. Enamel ...

Inside Victoria Mill, Stanley Moss Lane, Stanley

Victoria Mill belonged to Harrison & Son, manufacturers of ceramic colours and glazes. A Harrison's 1893 advertisement claimed they were "the largest glaze and colour makers in the world". Ingredients ...

Inspecting and Packing Ware.

Pottery factory interior with a view of an inspection and packing department. The very best quality would be firsts, less good quality seconds, thirds and lump would be sold by weight to market traders. Taken ...

Inspecting Bass & Co. horses, Burton upon Trent

Lantern slide view of war officials inspecting Bass & Co.'s horses for war transport work. The horses are being inspected in Guild Street. The law courts can be clearly seen in the background and what ...

Inspecting Plates.

Pottery factory interior showing a man inspecting plates. He is looking for imperfections left on the ware from the firing process. Taken at Shelly's pottery factory, Longton, Stoke-on-Trent. Taken ...

Interior of Alders Paper Mill, Lichfield Road, Tamworth

Alders Paper Mill was founded by Quakers and was in production for about 200 years under various names. The Mill was demolished in about 2000 and housing built on the site. Pictured are steam operated ...

Interior of Burman's Cooperage, Dallow Street, Burton-upon-Trent.

The original firm was called J. Burman & Son, Hawkins Lane, Burton-On-Trent. It was a cask repair firm only. In 1939 they took over J. Grout & Co., Dallow Street Cooperage, which was a firm somewhat run ...

Interior View of the Ale Stores, Joule's Brewery, Stone,

Casks of beer in the New Ale Store, Newcastle Street. The stores were built in 1881. Francis Joule came into possession of the White House Inn and brewhouse at Stone in 1758. Nine years later he ...

Interior view of the Steam Cooperage, Bass, Burton-on-Trent

Intermittent downdraught tile kilns at Wheatley's Springfield Tileries, Stoke-on-Trent

This plan is of Wheatley's Springfield Tileries in Stoke-on-Trent. Tile factories existed throughout Stoke-on-Trent in the 19th and 20th centuries and formed an important local industry. Diagrams (from ...