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Canteen, Post Office Training Centre, Yarnfield

This photograph of catering staff serving meals to staff and trainees at the Post Office Training Centre was taken by Stafford photographer Tony Boydon. The General Post Office Engineering Department, ...

Canteen, Post Office Training Centre, Yarnfield

This photograph of catering staff serving meals to staff and trainees at the Post Office Training Centre was taken by Stafford photographer Tony Boydon. The General Post Office Engineering Department, ...

Carter Street, Uttoxeter

Carter Street, looking towards High Street. The timber-framed building in the centre at 34-36 Carter Street has been open to the public as Redfern's Cottege, Museum of Uttoxeter Life since the 1980s. ...

Carter Street, Uttoxeter

A postcard view of Carter Street, Uttoxeter. In the distance can be seen the porch of the White Hart Hotel. This postcard was published by the Kingsway Real Photo, Series. It was posted in Uttoxeter, ...

Castle Hotel, High Street, Newcastle-under-Lyme

The Castle Hotel opened in around 1820 and was a popular coaching stop for traffic to and from Liverpool and Manchester, before the arrival of the railways. Castle Hotel had to close as a licensed premises ...

Castle Hotel, Holloway, Tamworth

The Castle Hotel began life as an 18th century coaching inn owned by the Lakin family. It was still being used as a Hotel, and a Night Club, in 2003.

Cattle Market Inn, Leek

Built in 1867 and embellished in 1874, this pub, which stands on Fountain Street, is now just known as the Cattle Market.

Chamber of Trade dinner, Grand Hotel, Hanley

A Hanley Chamber of Trade fundraising dinner held at the Grand Hotel, Hanley in aid of Cottage Homes. Sitting on the left is Gertrude Alice Dyke, wife of Gordon Dyke, one of the directors of Bratt & ...

Charity Ball, Crown Hotel, Stone

Dancers take the floor at a charity ball in the Ballroom at the Crown Hotel, Stone. Music was provided by Bill Hawthorne and his Band.

Charter Night Dinner, Stone Round Table

Pictured are officials and guests at the charter night dinner of the Stone Round Table which was held at the Crown Hotel and attended by around 130 members and their guests. Stone Round Table was founded ...

Codsall Square, Codsall

A general view of Codsall Square. the Crown Hotel can be seen to the right.

Codsall Square, Codsall

General view of Codsall Square, looking towards the Crown Hotel.

Crown Hotel, Stone,

The Crown Hotel on High Street was damaged by fire in 1778. The new building was designed by Henry Holland in 1780. The inn was a stop for stage coaches from London, Manchester and Birmingham; there ...

Darlaston Cafe, near Tittensor

The Darlaston Cafe was a regular watering hole for travellers on the A34; the main route north-south through Staffordshire before the M6. The buses in this postcard are carrying holiday makers heading ...

Darlaston Cafe, near Tittensor

The Darlaston Cafe was a regular watering hole for travellers on the A34; the main route north-south through Staffordshire before the M6. In this postcard view coaches and lorries are parked by the cafe, ...

Dining Room, Swan Hotel, Stafford,

The Dining Room of the Swan Hotel on Greengate Street. Situated in Greengate, the Swan Hotel was originally built as two private town houses in the seventeenth century, joined by a central archway. ...

Eastgate Street, Stafford

In this view there are three public houses within one hundred yards of each other. The timber framed Fox and George, standing here empty and awaiting demolition, was later replaced by Price and Webb's ...

Edensor Hotel, Edensor Road, Longton

This small hotel stands on the corner of Edensor Road and Willow Row, just outside Longton. The proprietor stands with her family for the portrait outside what must have been Longton’s smallest ...