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Colton Post Office

Colton's Postmistress, Mrs Connie Deacon with Post Lady, Miss Nellie Rotchell, outside of the village Post Office which was situated in the end Martlin Cottage on Martlin Lane, Colton. The post box can ...

Colton Post Office, near Rugeley

Interior view of the Post office at Colton, near Rugeley. The postwoman (centre) is Miss Nellie Rochelle who reckoned that the distance she had walked delivering post during her working life was equal ...

Cottages, Seighford

A pair of thatched cottages in Seighford with a water-pump in front. They were demolished when new council house were built in the 1950s. The pump was shared communally and was still in use up to 1948 ...

Cyclists, Tittensor

This view of Tittensor shows Stone Road with the former Post Office on the right. The road was widened to make room for the A34, resulting in the demolition of the buildings on the left. The buildings ...

Dean Street, Brewood

A postcard view of Dean Street in Brewood with a 'New Years Greeting' added to the picture. There is a similar message on the reverse. This view looks towards the top of Dean Street, near its junction ...

Demolition of Slitting Mill Post Office and Stores

Demolition of Slitting Mill's only Post Office and stores which was run by M. L. Evans. This made way for a road and small housing development now called 'Millside'.

Dilhorne Post Office

The Post Office has since been converted to housing but the post box, which can just be discerned in the front edge of the gable-end, remains. It is opposite the junction of High Street and Sarver ...

Duncan Hall office staff, Yarnfield

Pictured outside Duncan Hall are office staff at the Post Office Central Training School at Yarnfield. Left to right: Pauline Loader, Sheila Evans, Pam Toft, Margaret Woodward, Shirley Sharratt, Wendy ...

First baby to be born at Duncan Hall, Yarnfield

Christine Cooper (the image donor) a few months old, outside Duncan Hall being held by Ann Howard, one of the other, older children also resident at Duncan Hall. Christine had the honour of being the ...

G.P.O. Engineering Department Central Training School, Yarnfield

Five views of the General Post Office Engineering Department Central Training School at Howard Hall in Yarnfield, near Stone. The central photograph shows the cinema. Duncan Hall, Beatty Hall and ...

G.P.O. Engineering Instructors, Duncan Hall, Yarnfield

A group of male instructors, including James Long. They may have been the first group of instructors ever to have taught at Duncan Hall. Duncan Hall, Beatty Hall and Howard Hall (all named after Royal ...

General Post Office Indoor Staff, New Street, Burton-on-Trent

This smartly dressed group of post office staff is mostly made up of men and young boys. Only a quarter of the workers are female.

General Post Office, George Street, Tamworth

The General Post Office on George Street, Tamworth stood next door to the Spot Inn. From the County Archaeology photograph collection held at Staffordshire Record Office.

General Post Office, New Street, Burton-on-Trent

Gnosall Post Office,

This building is still the village post office today. The shop on the right is now an off-licence.

GPO Messenger Boy, Stafford,

Clive Holt, aged 14, as a GPO Messenger Boy. The photograph was taken at the rear of a house on Harrowby Street, Littleworth.

Granville Square, Stone

P.C. Tony Dennis on traffic duty on Granville Square, with the Post Office building in the background. It was not usual for a policeman to be directing traffic here - he was posing for the photographer....

Granville Square, Stone

A night time view of Granville Square, Stone. To the left is the Crown and Anchor public house. Behind the war memorial and plane tree are the Post Office and Charles Babb's drapers shop.