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Glassworks, Eccleshall, (3)

This hut was constructed over the glassworks, to help protect the remains. However, it was found to actually be causing damage and was later removed. These remains of Tudor glassworks were found in ...

Glassworks, Eccleshall, (4)

The furnace. These remains of Tudor glassworks were found in Bishop's Wood in the 1930s. Although heavily restored, they are one of the most complete examples of a sixteenth century glassworks in ...

Hanbury Church - Barrow: drawing

'Sketch of a barrow at N.W. end of Hanbury Ridge.' Showing the circle about 27 feet in diameter on a hill top, drawn in relation to Hanbury Church. A plan and section labelled 'Flat topped Barrow on ...

Holditch Roman settlement excavation, Newcastle-under-Lyme

Archaeologists and voluteers are seen here in the process of excavating the Holditch Roman settlement. Roman pottery was discovered during the building of a factory on the site of Holditch Farm and this ...

Hulton Abbey

The ruins of Hulton Abbey in the grounds of Carmountside Junior High School located at the junction of Leek Road and Woodhead Road. The Medieval Cistercian Hulton Abbey was consecrated in 1223 but following ...

Ice house, Trentham

This view shows the remains of a Georgian ice house close to Trentham Lake. During 2016, the Trentham Estate was carrying out a project to re-discover the landscape that Lancelot “Capability” Brown ...

Letocetum Roman Site, Wall

An excavated building, showing the remains of a hypocaust (under floor heating) system. Letocetum was an important military staging post and settlement on Watling Street (the modern A5) and is sited ...

Levelling the cricket field, the Hough, Stafford

Stafford Cricket and Hockey Club members levelling the cricket field at the Hough, Stafford. They are using a tip wagon on a set of rails to move soil. Fifth from left is W.H. Twigg.

Outline of St. Bertelin's Chapel, Stafford,

St. Bertelin's Chapel was dedicated to an eighth century Anglo-Saxon saint, who had chosen Stafford for his hermitage. The wooden chapel was replaced by a stone one on the same site in the eleventh century. St. ...

Pipehill - Military barricade: water colour drawing

'Antient (sic) Military Barricade at Pipe Hill.' Showing a scale drawing of the barricade and a ground plan showing the position of the barricade. It is believed to be the remains of a Roman boundary ...

Pomona Inn Excavations, Lower Street, Newcastle-under-Lyme

Start of archaeological excavations at the Pomona Pottery Site on Lower Street. This is the moment where they discovered a Georgian well in the Landlord's living room.

Pomona Mug

The Pomona Pottery Collection was given the name after being excavated from a site near The Pomona Inn in 1967. The excavation of the site unearthed thousands of small ‘wasters’ (discarded ceramic ...

Pomona Teapot

The Pomona Pottery Collection was given the name after being excavated from a site near The Pomona Inn in 1967. The excavation of the site unearthed thousands of small ‘wasters’ (discarded ceramic ...

Reconstruction of Acton Trussell in Medieval Times

Based on map and documentary research combined with site visits, this aerial view shows a suggested reconstruction of the medieval manor of Acton Trussell circa 1300. The church and the manor house (now ...

Reconstruction of Clifton Campville in Medieval Times

Based on map and documentary evidence combined with site visits, this aerial view shows a suggested reconstruction of the manor of Clifton Campville around the year 1300. The manor house and its outbuildings ...

Reconstruction of Gnosall circa 1345

Based on map and documentary evidence combined with site visits, this aerial view shows a suggested reconstruction of the village of Gnosall around the year 1345. The church and village sit in the lower ...

Reconstruction of the Precinct of Croxden Abbey, circa 1340

Based on map and documentary evidence combined with site visits, this aerial view shows a suggested reconstruction of the main precinct of Croxden Abbey, near Rocester, around the year 1340. The abbey ...

Recreation of Field Firing Range on Cannock Chase

Based on photographs and site visits, this recreation shows one of several field firing ranges installed on Cannock Chase as part of the training camp complexes set up during World War I. These firing ...