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Uttoxeter Market

Market Place on Market Day, looking past the 1780 conduit, with various stalls around the outside of the square.

Uttoxeter Market Day

A busy market day in Uttoxeter Market Place, with crockery, clothes and grocers stalls in the foreground,

Uttoxeter Town - Market Place: sepia wash drawing

'The Market Place, Staffordshire.' Showing the stalls, the conduit in the middle of the square, and the buildings on one side of the square. There are many people selling their wares on the stalls.'J. ...

View from Joule's brewery, Stone

The view from the top of Joule's brewery, looking east along High Street and Lichfield Street, with the roofs of the Library and the Crown Hotel in the foreground.

View from Red Lion Square, Newcastle-under-Lyme looking south

Watercolour by James Hulse of a view looking from Red Lion Square towards the High Street. Figures, cart and horse, carriage in the background and dogs on the cobbled street.

View of Smithfield Hotel and cattle market beyond, Blythe Bridge

The Hotel was built just after the Railway in 1848. Most of the people, mainly farmers, can be seen gathering around the 'vaults' while opposite a small group are being served non-alcoholic beverages ...

View of the Market Place, Leek

Visit of Edward, Prince of Wales, Stone

View of Granville Square during a visit from the Prince of Wales, later Edward VIII, who was passing through the town on his way from Sandon to the Potteries, via Trentham Park. The Prince inspected ...

Wakes, High Street, Newcastle-under-Lyme

The busy market merges with the fair ground rides in this scene of a Wakes in Newcastle. Swing-Boats can be seen in the foreground and were a popular ride at the time. The first tall building on the ...

War Memorial, Market Place, Uttoxeter

A postcard view of the War Memorial in Uttoxeter, which was carved by Robert Bridgman & Sons of Lichfield. It was unveiled on 11 November 1928 by Colonel Ratcliffe, a leading commander of the North Staffordshire ...

Webberleys from Parliament Square, Hanley

This photograph was taken in Parliament Square looking towards Percy Street. The five storey building in the background is Webberley's printers, stationers and booksellers, founded 1913. Dating from ...

Wolverhampton - Market Place

Showing the Market Place, facing Dudley Street. Davenhill's [later Bevan's] is on the left, next to the Old Angel and the Swan Inns. There are five houses on the west side of the High Street to the ...

Wolverhampton - Market Place: etching

'Woolverhampton (sic).' View looking towards the end of the High Street near the church. Showing a lively scene among butcher's stalls, with J. Likly's [later Cope's] and Bevan's liquor shops on either ...

Wolverhampton - Market Place: sepia drawing

Showing the market place looking south west past the Gas Standard pillar towards a block of half-timbered buildings [the High Hall] and Cock Street beyond. Davenhill's wine and brandy warehouse is on ...

Wolverhampton - Market Place: sepia drawing

'View of the Market Place at Wolverhampton, Staffordshire.' Showing the market place looking towards the corner of Lichfield Street and the church, showing Cope's shop and the Georgian brick houses of ...

Wolverhampton - Old Houses on the South side of the Market Place: sepia drawing

'Old Houses on the South side of the Market Place at Wolverhampton, Staffordshire.' Showing a four gabled house of half-timber at the corner of the High Street and a three storey house of brick, adjoining ...

Wynn's Heavy Haulage tractors and trailer navigating Gaol Square, Stafford

Vehicles like this were a fairly common site in Stafford during the later years of the twentieth century, transporting large assemblies from the English Electric’s Works on Lichfield Road in Stafford. ...