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Stone Branch, Cyclists' Touring Club, Stone

The Stone Section of the North Staffordshire District Association of the Cyclists' Touring Club was formed in 1962 by Gordon and Irene Smith and Dave Steele. Here three members are checking the route ...

Stone Branch, Cyclists' Touring Club, Stone

The Stone Section of the North Staffordshire District Association of the Cyclists' Touring Club, formed in 1962 by Gordon and Irene Smith and Dave Steele, starting off on a ride from Granville Square ...

Stone Branch, Cyclists' Touring Club, Stone

The Stone Section of the North Staffordshire District Association of the Cyclists' Touring Club, formed in 1962 by Gordon and Irene Smith and Dave Steele, starting off on an endurance ride from Granville ...

Stone Swimming Pool and Sports Hall

This view of the Swimming Pool and Sports Hall in Stone was taken by Stafford photographer Tony Boydon soon after their opening in 1970. On the left is the Swimming Pool and the tall building on the ...

Students at Rising Brook School, Stafford

These six student musicians, probably a school jazz band, are pictured during rehearsal in the quadrangle at Rising Brook School. Please contact us if you recognise anyone in the photograph. Acknowledgement: ...

Studio Portrait of a Lady with a Bicycle, Stafford,

This Victorian lady is wearing outdoor costume. Her leg-of-mutton sleeves and large and heavily trimmed hat were very fashionable in the mid-1890s. Studio photograph taken by Thomas Pearce in his ...

Taylor's Bakery, Stafford,

Taylor's bakers shop on Gaol Square, previously Bentley's bakers. On the left is the Elephant and Castle public house; the side street is Bull Hill. The billboard on Foregate Street is advertising ...

Telegram Delivery Woman, Stafford,

First World War GPO telegram delivery woman in working uniform with her bicycle. During the war many women took over the jobs vacated by men who had gone to fight in France.

The Avenue Bridge, Brewood

A postcard view of the Avenue Bridge which is number 10 on the Shropshire Union Canal. This bridge dates from around 1830 by Engineer, Thomas Telford and is the most ornamental canal bridge in Staffordshire. ...

The Cliffs, Shugborough

This postcard view is of an area known as the Cliffs and the Trent and Mersey Canal. Nearby is Shugborough Hall, which is the ancestral home of the Anson family, who were later created the Earls of ...

The Commemoration Hall, Rolleston

The Commemoration Hall (pictured left), designed by Arthur Eaton of Derby, was opened in 1897 to coincide with the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria. It stands on the esat side of Burnside. A lounge ...

The Globe, High Street, Silverdale

The Globe public house at 53 High Street, Silverdale. Photograph taken by a member of the Silverdale Community Play Association.

The Green Bus Co., Rugeley

The Green Bus and Co. offices and cafe in Taylors Lane Rugeley. The Bus is a AEC Regent built in 1930. It was bought by the Green Bus Co. in November 1939 from Nottingham City Transport and finally scrapped ...

The Green Man Inn, Clifton Campville

The Green Man is a listed 18th century inn with an earlier, 15th century core. The inn is of painted brick construction which replaced an earlier timber-frame, although it does retain a substantial cruck ...

The Green Man Inn, Clifton Campville

The Green Man is a listed 18th century inn with an earlier, 15th century core. The inn is of painted brick construction which replaced an earlier timber-frame, although it does retain a substantial cruck ...

The Green, Yoxall

Postcard view of the Green at Bond End, Yoxall with Lester's Cycle and Motor Works in the background. Photographer: J.S. Simnett of Burton-upon-Trent.

The Hunt at Patshull, Pattingham

The Albrighton Hunt at Patshull Hall. Lady Dartmouth is talking to the young rider.

The Hunt at Seisdon

The Albrighton Hunt Meet at the Seven Stars, Seisdon. The Seven Stars stands on the corner of Fox Road and Tinker's Castle Road. This building was demolished and a new pub was built by Ansell's ...