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Stockton Brook waterworks and Caldon Canal.

The view west along the Caldon Canal with the Staffordshire Potteries Water Company's Stockton Brook pumping station on the right. A successful trial borehole was drilled in 1882 into the underlying Millstone ...

Stoking the Furnace, Electricity Generating Plant, Stafford,

Workman stoking the furnaces at the electrical wiring and generating plant. The electricity works opened on Bull Hill in 1895, supplying 36 shops and houses.

Stychfields Hall, Stafford

This photograph of the Stychfields Hall site was taken in 1967. The buildings were completed around 1960 for the English Electric Company at Stafford to provide large scale catering facilities and for ...

Tamworth Waterworks, Hopwas

Tamworth Waterworks and Pumping Station was built at Hopwas in 1879 to supply mains water to Tamworth. Disused since 1962, it was converted into residences in 2005.

The English Electric Co., Stafford

Employees are pictured alongside a generator stator frame which would later form part of a hydro-electric generator for the Waitaki power station built on New Zealand’s South Island during the 1920s to ...

The English Electric Co., Stafford

Standing in the centre of this photograph wearing a hat is thought to be Mr Parkinson, Superintendent and on his right is Mr J Rogers, General Manager of Works. They are pictured with members of the ...

The English Electric Co., Stafford

Apprentices and trainees are pictured posing for the photographer as they take part in this scene for the Stafford Pageant. Many of the apprentices are dressed as devils with one on the front row holding ...

The English Electric Co., Stafford Works Fire Engine

The English Electric Co., Stafford Works, Aster Merryweather, Fire Engine is pictured with the Fire Crew including a Fire-Woman (which was quite unusual at this time). The fire engine was housed in the ...

The Hough, Lichfield Road, Stafford

This group of distinguished looking managers and engineers are pictured on a cold day in the garden with the east front of the Hough in the background. This building later became known as The Old Hough. ...

The New Hough, Lichfield Road, Stafford

The New Hough was built in 1907 and was the residence of the Manager with his servants, a groom and a gardener. The architect was Arnold Mitchell of Hanover Square, London. The estimated cost was £1,500.00. ...

The reservoir on Hednesford Hills

View of the construction of the reservoir on Hednesford Hills close to the Museum of Cannock Chase. Work on the site began in Spring 1991.

Training Awards Event , GEC ALSTHOM, St. Leonard's, Stafford

The 1995 Switchgear Training Awards Event held at St Leonards Sports and Social Club, Stafford. Among those in the photograph are: Joanne Humble, Mark Wetton, Andrew Gardner, Derek Pinches, Eric Lander, ...

Training Awards Event at Alstom, St. Leonard's Works, Stafford

Employees from St. Leonard's Works pictured during a Training Awards Event held at St. Leonard's Sports and Social Club, Stafford. Among those in the photograph are: Pete Simpson (3rd row from front, ...

Transformer works, English Electric Co., Stafford

This photograph of a new sign on the English Electric’s Transformer Works building was taken from Stychields car park at the Lichfield Road Works in Stafford. The sign was illuminated at night and visible ...

Tug and locomotive, GEC Alsthom, Stafford

On the right (left to right) are David Jones and Bernard Duffy who are pictured outside GEC Alsthom Turbine Generators Ltd.'s Over-Speed Control Room on the Lichfield Road site at Queensville in Stafford. ...

Twyford's Works, Cliffe Vale, Stoke-on-Trent

A view taken from Hanley Cemetery looking over the Trent and Mersey Canal, towards the Twyford's factory and bottle kilns. Thomas Twyford built the works in Cliff Vale for the production of sanitary ...

Upper Brook Street, Rugeley

A quiet scene in Upper Brook Street, Rugeley. On the left is a glimpse of a sign for the Crown public house and on the right are several set-back shops which replaced cottages demolished in the 1930s. ...

Victory Celebrations at English Electric Co., Stafford,

Female factory workers at the English Electric Co. factory on Lichfield Road celebrate victory at the end of World War Two. The company had changed to war work on the outbreak of war, as they had ...