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View of Weston,

View from near the junction of Stafford Road and Boat Lane. In the centre is St. Andrew's Church, dating from the early thirteenth century, but the arcades and chancel arch are later. The church was ...

Views of Harlaston

A colour postcard of four views of Harlaston. Clockwise from top left: the Manor House, St. Matthew's Church, the White Lion public house; the Post Office. Published by Halcyon Cards of Bushey, ...

Village Post Office, Walton on the Hill

From about 1900 the village post office in Walton-on-the-Hill was in the thatched cottage at 14 Walton Village, next to the smithy. It was run by Katherine Woods while her husband Samuel ran his painting ...

Village Shop and Post Office, Yarnfield

The shop has since been demolished and rebuilt very close to this site.

Walton on the Hill Post Office

Samuel and Kathrine Woods at Walton on the Hill Post Office.

Walton Post Office,

Post office and shop on Filleybrooks Corner. The shop was run by Annie Leese.

Weston Post Office

On the reverse of this postcard it says that the Post Mistress and her daughter are pictured standing outside Weston Post Office. The two notices over the door state: "James W. Muir, Grocer and Provision ...

Wetwood Post Office, near Eccleshall

A postcard view of Wetwood Post Office next to a junction with the Eccleshall Road (B5026) in Wetwood. The building on the right is Broughton Institute which later became known as Broughton Parish Room. This ...

William Worthington, postman, Seighford

William Worthington (born 1878) of Seighford, near Stafford.