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Horses and tractors at work, Kingstone

Two teams of horses distributing lime in the background. A Fordson tractor harrowing, followed by a second Fordson tractor drilling oats to the left. Photographed for Mr T.B. Bettson, Kingstone Hall, ...

Horses at the Railway Goods Yard, Tamworth

Pictured left to right are Emanuel Wright, Sam Gilbert, Ernie Wakelin, Tommy Dugdale, and Horace Penny. The railway stopped using horses in 1959, instead using articulated trucks. The horses are wearing ...

Horsley Bros, horse drawn wagon, Stafford

Horsley Bros, House Furnuishers & Removal Contractors were founded as a partnership in 1895. This image shows their first wagon. This photograph is on display in the office at Horsleys, which is still ...

Horsleys of Stafford advertisement

Horsley Bros was founded in 1895. The company has continued to trade as a family run removals company in Stafford to the present day.

Horsleys removals lorries, Stafford

This photograph was taken at Horsleys Bellasis Street depot. Horsley Bros was founded in 1895. The company has continued to trade as a family run removals company in Stafford to the present day.

Horsleys Removals Lorry, Stafford

A Horsleys removals lorry is pictured here competing in a local "Driver of the Year" competition.

Horsleys, Removal Lorry

Hospital Saturday Procession, Liverpool Road, Kidsgrove

The second cart pictured here is being driven by Mr Joe Paskin, with his sister being the lady wearing the pale skirt standing on the left. Thomas Landers' tobacconist's and confectioner's is the first ...

Hospital Saturday, Stone,

Collecting for Hospital Saturday on Granville Terrace.

Hot Air Balloon, Oakamoor

Getting ready to launch a hot air balloon, possibly somewhere in north Staffordshire. This photograph is from an album belonging to Bolton, copper smelters, etc., of Oakamoor.

Hot Lane, Burslem

This is the view north east along Hot Lane from just beyond the loop Line railway bridge. In the background is the spoil tip of Sneyd Colliery and just visible, the aerial cableway used to move waste ...

House at Crowgutter, Consall

This house stood on the site of Crowgutter Mill on the Caldon Canal. The wooden crane is a relic of the canal. Crwogutter Mill had been a flint mill but was disused by 1900. Photograph from the B. ...

House removal lorry, Stafford

This fully loaded removals lorry belonged to Horsleys of Stafford.

House, Unknown. Photographed by William Blake.

Portrait of two children and a dog posing outside a house. The identity of the subjects and the location of the house are unknown.

House, Woodseaves area

An undientified house in the Woodseaves area. The bicycle by the garden gate may well belong to the photographer. Please contact us if you recognise the location. Photographer: Harry Osbourne of Woodseaves....

Howard Hall Steps, Post Office Telephones Central Training School, Yarnfield

Howard Hall was the reception for Post Office Telephones Central Training School, Yarnfield. It was demolished in 1986. Duncan Hall, Beatty Hall and Howard Hall (all named after Royal Navy Admirals) ...

Howard Hall, Post Office Telephones Central Training School, Yarnfield

Howard Hall housed the reception and administrative offices of the Post Office Telephones Central Training School, Yarnfield. It was demolished in 1986. Duncan Hall, Beatty Hall and Howard Hall (all ...

Howard Pottery, Norfolk Street, Hanley

Looking eastwards along Norfolk Street in Shelton. At the bottom ate the backs of houses on Harcourt Street. Norfolk Pottery is on the right and backed onto the Caldon Canal, which is just off the photograph ...