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Women with horse and mower, Newborough

Cutting hay with a horse-drawn finger-bar mower. This snapshot photograph was probably taken in the Hadley lane area, to the north of Newborough, and may include members of the Emery family.

Women's Land Army Girls, Manure Spreading, Gnosall, (1)

The WLA began during the First World War to help combat food shortages and fill the vacancies left by the men who had entered military service. The women who enrolled had the option of working in agriculture, ...

Women's Land Army Girls, Manure Spreading, Gnosall, (2)

The WLA began during the First World War to help combat food shortages and fill the vacancies left by the men who had entered military service. The women who enrolled had the option of working in agriculture, ...

Women's Land Army, Derby

Grace, a Women's Land Army girl, standing in the doorway of a dairy holding portable milking machines. Photographed for W.S. Evans, Derby Old Hall, Derby. Photographer: Gerald McCann of High Street, ...

Women's Land Army, Grindley, near Uttoxeter

Two Women's Land Army girls with milking equipment about to milk a Friesian cow at Mr L.R. Earp's dairy farm at New Buildings, Grindley, near Uttoxeter. Photographer: Gerald McCann of High Street, ...

Women's Land Army, Rodbaston Farm Institute, Penkridge

Women's Land Army milkers on their way to the dairy at Rodbaston Farm Institute. Rodbaston College's origins lie in 1919 when the War Agricultural Committee opened an agricultural training depot. ...

Woodings agricultural engineers, Stafford

A name plate formerly attached to an agricultural implement or building. Oakey and Wooding were agricultural engineers based at Bailey Street, Stafford and were founded around 1920. they were dealers ...

Woodroffe & Co., Albion Ironworks, Rugeley

Woodroffe & Co were agricultural engineers at the Albion Ironworks which stood on Mill Lane by the Trent and Meresy Canal in Rugeley. Agricultural machinery was already being manufactured at the Albion ...

Working Horses, Endon

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This is colour footage from the early 1960s. It’s at Endon, near Leek. You can see that what is being cut are reeds – probably for making thatch. The interesting thing about the film is that not only ...