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Blythe Bridge and the river Blythe in flood

Blythe Bridge and the river Blythe in flood

Blythe Bridge and the river Blythe in flood

Blythe Bridge and the river Blythe in flood

Blythe Bridge Girl Guides, Blythe Bridge

Blyth Bridge Girl Guides at St. Peter's Vicarage. in the centre is Miss Salt. Also in the group are Sally Daniels (middle row, first left) and Florence Mary Bree (front row, far right). Photograph ...

Bob-a-Job week, Walton, Stone

Scouts posing for a photograph during 'Bob-a-Job' week, April 1952, at St. Vincent Road, Walton. From left to right: Bobby Gilpin, Leonard Powell, Alan Mountford, John Yearn, Barry Mountford, Bryan ...

Boer War Veterans being awarded 'Freedom of the Borough', Newcastle-under-Lyme

Freedom of the Borough being bestowed on Boer War veterans at base of Guildhall clock tower.

Boiler explosion, Cradley Heath

The aftermath of a boiler explosion at Cradley Heath, West Midlands. On 4 July 1906 the explosion at Penn Brothers' Providence Ironworks killed two men and injured 10 other people. The two men who were ...

Bolebridge Street, Tamworth

Looking north-west along Bolebridge Street in Tamworth. The pinnacles of St. Editha's Church tower can be seen in the background. Shops visible include the Daintie Shop (knitting and sewing supplies), ...

Bolehall Mill Co. Employees at Tamworth Carnival

Bolehall Mill Co. Employees in fancy dress for Tamworth Carnival, pictured at Bolehall Mill.

Bolton's Copper Works Dance at Alton Towers

Standing in the centre of this photograph is Mr Jack Beardmore with other workers and partners from Thomas Bolton's Froghall Copper Works. Thomas Bolton & Sons set up a copper works at nearby Oakamoor ...

Bomb damage to Richards' Butcher's Shop, High Street, Burton-on-Trent

Scene showing the destruction of the zeppelin raid on Messrs. Richards' butcher's shop, 156-7 High Street. A few of the butcher's pigs were killed but the horse escaped.

Bomb damage, Chesterton, Newcastle-under-Lyme

Chesterton Salvation Army pictured amongst ruined buildings after a bombing raid on Chesterton during World War Two.

Bonfire night, Stafford Folk Dance Club

Stafford Folk Dance Club celebrating bonfire night with members of Stafford Mountain Club, somewhere in the Stafford area.

Bonfire on Etching Hill, Rugeley

The bonfire was possibly made for Bonfire Night celebrations but given its size more likely for a royal celebration, perhaps George V's Silver Jubilee in May 1935 or George VI's Coronation in May 1937. ...

Bonfire, Elizabeth II's Coronation Celebrations, Eccleshall

Bonfire on Acton Hill, built to celebrate the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II. The bonfire was eventually topped with the Union Jack flag. In the foreground stands Mr Challenor.

Borough Cup Presentation, Stafford

A Boulton of the Penkridge football team receives the Borough Cup from Colonel A M L Harrison, Secretary of the Staffordshire Branch of the National Association of Boys Clubs, after the final with Doxey ...

Borough War Memorial and St. Mary's Church, Stafford,

The Borough War Memorial was unveiled in 1922 in memory of the Stafford men who lost their lives in the First World War. The statue of a soldier originally faced the railway station, from which many ...