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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. ...

Tutbury Station

Tutbury Station was built on the Burton-upon-Trent to Uttoxeter branch line of the North Staffordshire Railway and opened in 1849. The station closed in 1966 and was demolished, but re-opened in 1990. ...

Water troughs

A Colwyn Bay to Walsall express train passes over the water troughs at Whitmore in the Autumn of 1933. Many steam engines were fitting with scoops on their tenders, allowing them to replenish their ...

Whitmore troughs. Circa 1930.

A fine view of the water troughs at Whitmore level on the Stafford-Crewe section of the former London & North Western Railway Co metals. A mixed goods train speeds through, but not taking on water. ...

Worthington Brewery Malt Stores

View of Worthington Malt Stores and Worthington No. 12 Malthouse, situated on the east side of High Street. Some railway wagons are visible.

Worthington Steam Loco No.16, Bass Engine Shed, Burton-on-Trent

Worthington Steam Locomotive standing in front of the Fire Station wall.

Worthingtons Brewery, Burton-on-Trent

View of Worthingtons' buildings, with Steam Loco No. 4, shunters and loaders in the yard. Just behind are the hurdles placed over wagons to keep them cool in the yard.

Worthingtons' Loco pulling wagons, Burton-on-Trent

In the background Brewery buildings can be seen on the right.