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Testing, British Reinforced Concrete, Manchester

Testing a corrugated reinforced concrete slab at the original British Reinforced Concrete factory, Manchester. The British Reinforced Concrete Engineering Company manufactured reinforced concrete structures ...

Testing, British Reinforced Concrete, Stafford

A live load test at the British Reinforced Concrete factory, Stafford. The British Reinforced Concrete Engineering Company manufactured reinforced concrete structures and made steel mesh for reinforcing ...

The Building of Earl Street, Stafford College, Stafford

The Link and Workshop Blocks can be seen here on the left, with the Broad Street building on the right. The Earl Street Building is being built in the foreground.

The County Library and Record Library, Friars Terrace, Stafford

The former Staffordshire County Library and Record (music) Library building in Friars Terrace, Stafford is pictured prior to demolition to be replaced by a housing development. The building was officially ...

The demolition of Harvey's Chimney, Longton

Photograph taken from The Strand. Harvey's chimney was a well known Longton landmark until it was demolished in 1962. It stood 213 feet high.

The Henry Venables Ltd. timber yard, Stafford

This view shows a spur line from the main Stafford-Uttoxeter railway line leading into the sidings for the sawmill at Venables' timber yard, Doxey, Stafford. Henry Venables founded his timber business ...

The Lynton Tavern, Baswich, Stafford

The Lynton Tavern pictured during demolition in April 2015. The pub opened in the early 1960s as the Crossbow and became the Lynton Tavern in 1988. The building was sold in 2009 to be converted into ...

The Rickerscote Arms, Stafford

The Rickerscote Arms public house is pictured shortly before it was demolished in 2017. The pub was previously known as the Alpine Lodge and originally as the Plough and Trumpet. Within a week of this ...

The station and gasworks, Longton

Photograph taken looking east, St. James's church can be seen in the distance. The entrance to the yard was by Murdoch St. This is the now site of the Tesco super store and car park.

Thomas and Uriah Slack of Church Leigh

Death certificate of Thomas Bennett Slack and the last will and testament of Uriah Slack. Thomas and Uriah Slack lived in Church Leigh, they were both local brick makers. They produced a deep red ...

Timber workers, Henry Venables Ltd., Stafford

Henry Venables Ltd. timber workers dismantling a felled oak tree at an unidentified country estate in Staffordshire. Henry Venables founded his timber business in Foregate Street, next to Bostock’s ...

Timber yard, Cockster Brook, Longton

Cockster Brook flows into Chitlings Brook, which is a tributary of the River Trent. To the right is a timber yard.

Timber yard, Fole, near Uttoxeter

Fred Salt working in the timber yard at Fole Bank.

Timber yard, Henry Venables Ltd., Stafford

A general view of the timber yard at Henry Venables Ltd., Doxey, Stafford. Henry Venables founded his timber business in Foregate Street, next to Bostock’s shoe manufactory. He made wooden packing ...

Tinacre Rise brochure, Perton

A brochure for new houses in the Tinacre Rise estate at Perton, built by Tarmac Homes in the late 1970s. These houses are part of Offa's Drive, Mercia Drive, Egelwin Close and Idonia Road. Four different ...

Tipping Street and South Walls, Stafford

This bird's-eye view was taken looking south-east from the top of the Wedgwood building, Tipping Street, Stafford. Top left is the former Fire Station on Lammascote Road which later moved to Hydrant ...

Tipping Street, Stafford

This view of several buildings in Tipping Street was taken prior to their demolition by Stafford photographer Tony Boydon. After the buildings on the left were flattened the area was used as a car ...

Tipping Street, Stafford

This view of buildings in Tipping Street was taken by Stafford photographer Tony Boydon prior to their demolition. Tipping Street has also been named Chipping Street, Dog Lane and The Diglake. Between ...