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Building the Springfield estate, Rugeley

Rugeley's Springfield housing estate under construction by Wimpey. A Rugeley Times photograph (courtesy of the Birmingham Post).

Building the Springfield estate, Rugeley

Rugeley's Springfield housing estate under construction by Wimpey. A Rugeley Times photograph (courtesy of the Birmingham Post).

Building Whiston Church

Workers unloading stone at the site of St. Mildred's Church, Whiston which was built in 1910 to the designs of J.H. Beckett.

Buildings adjacent to Matthew Wardhaugh's theatre, Longton.

Buildings being demolished in The Strand, Longton. Matthew Wardhaugh (1813-188) was born in Whitechapel, London. He was first employed as a call boy at Drury Lane Theatre, then made a living by reciting ...

Bull Bridge, Penkridge

Bull Bridge was built around 1796 and widened in 1822. In 1963 the road was further widened and the bridge was reconstructed . It is believed to be named after a nearby place name 'Bold'. The bridge ...

Bull Bridge, Penkridge

A postcard view of Bull Bridge, which was built around 1796 and widened in 1822. In 1963 the road was further widened and the bridge was reconstructed. It is believed to be named after a nearby place ...

Bull Bridge, Penkridge

Bull Bridge carried the Wolverhapton to Stafford road over the River Penk. It was rebuilt in 1796 and widened in 1822.

Bull Hill, Stafford, (1)

View of Bull Hill looking towards the Chell Road gas works. The garden on the left was at the rear of the Elephant and Castle public house on Gaol Square.

Bull Hill, Stafford, (2)

Photograph taken looking down from Bull Hill towards Gaol Square. The building seen opposite the end of Bull Hill housed Stafford's Grammar School from 1813 to 1862. It became the Jap Co.'s premises, ...

Bull Lane, near Packmoor, Stoke-on-Trent

A view east along Bull Lane towards Brindley Ford in the Lane Ends area. The camera was just east of Handley Street. There has been much housing development in the area and that in the photograph is ...

Bullock & Bosson's premises, Clough Street, Hanley

Looking along the north side of Clough Street with Bullock & Bosson, typewriter and office furniture suppliers, in the foreground. Next along are F W Langley, electrical engineers, and Gough's engineering ...

Bullocks in yard, Whitemoor Hay, Alrewas

A group of bullocks in yard at Mr F.W. Foden's farm, Whitemoor Hay, near Alrewas and Fradley. Photographer: Gerald McCann, High Street, Uttoxeter.

Bull's Bank, Lower Street , Newcastle-under-Lyme

This photograph of Bull's Bank off Lower Street and behind St. Giles' Church is typical of the crowded housing that existed in some areas of Newcastle-under-Lyme until the late 1960s. The cramped ...

Bull's Bank, Lower Street, Newcastle-under-Lyme

Bull's Bank was located behind St. Giles' Church, which can be seen in the centre of this photograph, and off Lower Street. The poor housing and sanitation made this area a hot spot for cholera in the ...

Bull's Head , Leek

The Bull's Head stood on St Edward Street. In the doorway is the landlord, John Gell, pictured with his son Charles. John died in 1904. The Bull's Head closed in about 1990 and is now (2014) Bull's ...

Bull's Head, 14 St. John's Square, Burslem

The Bull's Head public house is believed to have been constructed before 1832. It stands in St. John's Square in Burslem town centre. It is a rectangular structure, one room wide by two rooms deep and ...

Bull's Head, 283 Sneyd Street, Cobridge

This public house is believed to have been constructed before 1775. It has a rectangular plan with a rear projection. It has two storeys, and is one room wide by two rooms deep with a cellar. The front ...

Bungalow built behind Swiss Lodge, Drayton Manor, Fazeley