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Howson's Pottery on the Caldon Canal, Hanley

This photograph shows the rear of G. Howson's Eastwood pottery works on the Caldon Canal. George Howson's produced sanitary ware in Hanley between 1867 and 1966, when then factory was sold to Armitage ...

Howson's Sanitary Ware works, Clifford Street, Hanley

The main entrance to George Howson's bathroom and sanitary ware factory in Clifford Street, off Lichfield Street in Hanley. The works was known as the Eastwood Works and occupied the land between Clifford ...

Howth Racecourse

Pencil drawing of donkey and cart and buildings, by Great Haywood born artist, Thomas Peploe Wood (1817-1845)

Hubank's delivery, Hickman Street, Newcastle-under-Lyme

The Hubank's delivery van is seen here being loaded up with fruit and vegetables in Hickman Street. William Hubank and Son were a greengrocers and florists and, at the time of this photograph, had two ...

Hulme End Station

A view of Hulme End Station, the northern terminus of the Manifold Valley Light Railway. The railway had a short lifespan, running between 1904 and 1934. The route of the railway is now a footpath and ...

Humber motor car, Stone

Oliver Dyke's Humber motor car pictured at his home at the Woodlands, Granville Terrace, Stone. Draper Oliver Dyke opened a shop in Hanley in 1890 with the financial support of Northwich draper and ...

Hunt Meet at Eccleshall Castle,

The castle was used as the residence of the Bishops of Lichfield. The first reference to this building was in 1200, when Bishop Geoffrey Muschamp obtained a royal licence to embattle a manor house in ...

Hunt Meet, Grindley

Mounted and foot followers meeting at Grindley. Grindley Railway Station can be seen in the distance, to the right.

Hunt Meet, Rolleston On Dove

A Meynell Hunt meet pictured outside the Spread Eagle hotel. Photographer: J.S. Simnett of Burton upon Trent.

Hunter's Yard, Church Street, Tamworth

This photograph shows Mr Hunter with a horse and trap inside 'Hunter's yard'. Mr William Ernest Hunter was a Master Butcher and had a shop at 55 Church Street. The entrance to this yard lay between No ...

Huntington Post Office, near Cannock

A postcard view of the former Post Office and Telegraph Office at Huntington, north of Cannock.

Huntley Earthworks. Photographed by William Blake.

Landscape including a view of the earthworks at Huntley, Staffordshire. Taken on April 27th 1933.

Huntley Earthworks. Photographed by William Blake.

Landscape including a view of the Earth Works at Huntley, Staffordshire. Taken on April 27th 1933.

Hyde Lock, near Kinver

Hyde Lock near Kinver, number 12 on the Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal, which was engineered by James Brindley and opened in May 1772.

Ian Allan Potteries Express. Circa 1959.

The Ian Allan Potteries Express train, hauled by a 2-6-0 steam engine No 42922, enters Leek station with a train full of railway enthusiasts bound for Macclesfield. The train stopped here for a while, ...

Ian Allan Potteries Express, Leek

This photograph shows the engine, number 42922 that hauled the Ian Allan Potteries Express enthusiasts' train. Here it takes on water at Leek station on a warm spring's day. The coach had large viewing ...

Ian Allan Potteries Express. Circa 1959.

This photograph shows the rear end of a "special" train, operated as a day trip for enthusiasts by Ian Allen and the Potteries Express on the 9th May 1959. The coach had large viewing windows at the ...

Ian Allan Potteries Express. Circa 1959.

This photograph shows the rear end of the steam-hauled Potteries Express in Leek station on 9th May 1959. The train stopped here for a while to take on water for the engine before proceeding north ...