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Burton-upon-Trent - Town Hall: sepia drawing

Showing the Town Hall, a Georgian building, built in 1771. It lies east to west, showing an upper room on seven arches, standing in front of the old church. Artist: J. Buckler.

Buskers, Granville Square, Stone,

Granville Square was originally named Pump Square, but when the pump was removed the square was renamed after Earl Granville of Stonepark. Trees were planted to commemorate the coronation of Edward VII ...

Butterfield Place, Tunstall

The photograph is looking west along Butterfield Place towards Tunstall High Street. Butterfield Place was originally known as Amicable Street. On the right is the side and rear of Tunstall Town Hall ...

Carol singing, Market Square, Stafford

A popular feature of the festive season in Stafford has been the singing of carols around the Christmas tree outside the Shire Hall in the Market Square. Over several evenings in December 1951, hundreds ...

Cattle Market, Stafford,

The last cattle fair held in Gaolgate Street (then known as Cow Street). The photograph was taken from the corner of Market Square and Gaolgate Street. On the right is Mummery's jewellers shop. The ...

Cattle Market, Victoria Road, Tamworth

The figure on the extreme right in the dark coat is George Henry Mulvey, a butcher.

Cawdry Buildings, Leek

View of the bottom of Derby Street (Sparrow Park), with the public baths on the left. In the centre is the public weighbridge, with St. Luke's Church, the Bethesda Schools and Brough's Mill in the background. ...

Celebration meal, Rugeley

Celebration meal for soldiers returning after the First World War, held in the Market Hall. It is likely that this is the event held on 29th November 1919 when some of the returning men were presented ...

Cheadle Market Place

Market stalls in the Market Place, off the High Street in Cheadle. The late Georgian terrace (1-5 Market Place)in the background dates from 1819 and is currently (in 2004) derelict. The bow-windows ...

Civic Parade, Market Square, Stafford

Crowds and civic dignitaries in the Market Square, Stafford, with the Shire Hall behind.

Clock and Market Place, Willenhall

This Harold Carwright photograph has slightly different composition to the others he took of the Market Place. The time on the clock face seems to make this the first of the set so perhaps he was not ...

Clock and Market Place, Willenhall

A busy market day in Willenhall. This area is now pedestrianised but the buildings are still identifiable. With the number of working men visible at and around the stalls, it was probably a Saturday ...

Clock Tower, Rugeley Old Town Hall

Once part of the new public buildings which replaced the previous Rugeley Town Hall, the photograph shows the bricked up right-hand section prior to its demolition. The Market Hall's entrance below the ...

Cock’s Entry, Burslem

This ally way leads from Brickhouse Street to Market Place in Burslem. It gained the nickname 'Cock’s Entry' during the nineteenth century when the 'sport' of cockfighting was a popular pastime. ...

Codsall village

Corner of Market Square and Stafford Street, Brewood

Crown Hotel and Market Hall, Market Place, Cannock

The Market Hall stands to the left adjacent to the Hotel. The Crown Hotel was demolished in 1962.

Decorated shop in The Square, Forsbrook

The shop was decorated for a carnival. Photograph donated by the Blythe Bridge and Forsbrook Local Historical Society, who retain copyright ownership.