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Victoria Park, Stafford

The land between Izaak Walton Walk and the railway station was marshy and liable to flooding. In 1903 the Corporation bought the land and raised its level by three feet. The area was laid out as Victoria ...

View looking down Bore Street, Lichfield

The Dolphin Hotel is pictured here on the left. It was a 16th century timber framed building, but was demolished in 1913. On the site of the Dolphin Hotel, J.R. Deacon erected Branch No 13 of the Walsall ...

View of Bird Street, Lichfield

A view of Bird Street with the Old Post Office to the left, and the Swan Hotel on the right. Notice that Swan Road, which should run past the Swan Hotel, has yet to be built.

View of the Edge View Hotel, Kinver

The Edge View Hotel was built in about 1900, to help cater for the many people who came to visit Kinver on the Light Railway. The hotel contained the Cafe Royale tea rooms, which had seating for over ...

View of Wells Tea Rooms, Stone Lane, Kinver

Vine Hotel, Stafford,

The Vine Hotel on Salter Street. The Tudor Cafe is to the left of the Vine, with the Co-op to the right.

W.J. Robins undertakers, Stafford

W.J. Robins' horse-drawn hearse and carriage outside the North Western Hotel, Station Road, Stafford. Walter James Robins was born in Aylsham, Norfolk in 1846 and by 1881 was working in Stafford as ...

Weaver Lodge Hotel, Uttoxeter

Weaver Lodge was the home of Mr Frank Hawthorn and was converted into a hotel in the 1950s.

White Hart Hotel, Carter Street, Uttoxeter

The scene outside the White Hart on 25th January 1906. Major Ratcliffe, one of the partners of Bass, is addressing his supporters after his election as Conservative MP.

White Hart Hotel, Carter Street, Uttoxeter

White Hart Hotel, Uttoxeter

White Hart Tearooms, Stockwell Street, Leek

Tearooms have occupied this 17th century building on Stockwell Street for over 100 years. The bay windows have been removed.

Winton Place, Stoke-on-Trent

Early motor cars park up outside the North Stafford Hotel in the early part of last century. The statue is of Josiah Wedgwood, the famous potter. The hotel and railway station opposite was built in ...