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Alton Towers, the Gardens

To the right can be seen Robert Abrahams' Conservatory dating from the 1820s. Below it, in the centre of the photograph, is the Loggia. Alton Towers was the home of the Talbot family, Earls of Shrewsbury. ...

Anglo-Zulu War Memorial, Lichfield Cathedral

Detail of the wrought iron screen commemorating the men of the 80th (South Staffordshire) Regiment who fell in the Sekukuni and Zulu Campaigns in South Africa, 1878-1879. The memorial comprises five inscribed ...

Arches in Stoke-on-Trent Churchyard

This view of St. Peter's Church, Stoke-on-Trent is from Church Street. The arches in the foreground are the ruins of a Saxon and a later twelfth century church. The remains of the medieval church were ...

Armitage Church - 'Founder's tomb' : sepia drawing

'Recess on the North side of the North Aisle of Armitage Church, Staffordshire,' showing a skeleton (newly excavated), lying under the recess, the arch of which has 'dog-tooth' moulding. 'J. B.,' [John ...

Armitage Churchyard Cross

This view of a Cross in Armitage Churchyard is taken from a glass negative. The Cross is a replica made from Norman fragments. It was given to Armitage Church around 1845-1847 by Josiah Spode at the ...

Armitage Village War Memorial

View of the calvary-style war memorial commemorating the fallen of both world wars from Armitage. A service marking the centenary of the 1918 Armistice had recently been held, hence the large number of ...

Armoury Tower and Main Entrance, Alton Towers

The Armoury Tower and main entrance to Alton Towers. On the right is the Chapel. Alton Towers was the home of the Talbot family, Earls of Shrewsbury. It was built between about 1810 and 1852. This tower ...

Armoury Tower, Alton Towers

The Armoury Tower and main entrance to Alton Towers. On the right is the Chapel. Alton Towers was the home of the Talbot family, Earls of Shrewsbury. It was built between about 1810 and 1852. This tower ...

Arnold Bennett's grave in Burslem Cemetery

Burslem Cemetery was consecrated in 1879. It lies between Hanley Road, Leek New Road and the grassed over spoil tip of Sneyd Colliery. The cemetery chapel was demolished in 2008. Arnold Bennett died ...

Ashley Church - Ashley Tomb : pen and wash drawing

'In the Chancell of Alabaster.' Showing a tomb with the effigies of a man and a woman. The tomb is elaborately carved with pinnacles and a coat of arms above the effigies.Anonymous [J. R. Fernyhough]....

Audley Monuments - 'Anne Eardley': pen and wash drawing

Monument is inscribed 'Here lieth the bodie of Anne Eardley, widow of Edward Eardley Esquire whom she survived 19 years liveing a Religeous honora[ble] and truely widow-like life and died ye 9th September ...

Audley Monuments - 'Audley Knight': pen and wash drawing

‘'In the Body of ye Church at Audley at Alablaster, raised upon free stone.' Alabaster effigy of Audley Knight [likely to be Sir John Tuchet who died in Audley in 1360, husband of Joan de Audley of ...

Audley Monuments - 'Audley Knight': sepia drawing

'Mutilated Effigy in Audley Church.' [Apparantly the same 'mutilated effigy' as SV I. 103.] Shown from above apart from the tomb. He wears a helm with camail, and has his feet on a lion, (but the ...

Audley Monuments - 'Edward Eardley': pen and wash drawing

Showing an alabaster tomb top. Also shows three coats of arms and a Jacobean strap-work setting.With inscription and twelve lines of verse.Anonymous [J. R. Fernyhough].

Audley Monuments - 'Edward Vernon': sepia drawing

'Monument on the North side of the Chancel of Audley Church.' Showing a monument of a priest (recumbent) in cap and gown on the north side of the chancel, under a canopied arch. The monument represents ...

Audley Monuments - 'Thomas de Audley': pen and wash drawing

Showing a brass memorial, inscribed 'Towards the south side of ye church Brass inlaid in Marble' (grey). With inscription in French.Anonymous, [J. R. Fernyhough.]

Ball Green War Memorial, Stoke-on-Trent

Alsio known as the Whitfield memorial, Ball Green War memorial stood at the junction of Wilding Road (right) and Whitfield Road in Ball Green. It was moved to a new site in Ball Green in 1964, just after ...

Ball Haye Green War Memorial, Leek

As well as the twenty-six men who died serving their country during the First World War, Ball Haye Green's War Memorial also lists those who served and returned.