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Deeko Paper Mill Fire, Newcastle-under-Lyme

Photograph of the Deeko paper mill fire, Holbourne. The wall of St Giles' Church yard can be seen on the right-hand side.

Deeko Paper Mill, Newcastle-under-Lyme

Photograph of 'Deeko' paper mill, Holborn following the fire of 1967 from St. Giles church tower.

Fire damage at Gold Bros., Brewery Lane, Tamworth

Gold Brothers was located on Brewery Lane, which was off Lichfield Street, and made hinges. The building has now been demolished and flats built on the site.

Fire damage at the Reliant factory

This photograph shows the damage that a fire in the fibre glass shop caused at the factory in Two Gates. After this the fibre glass shop was moved to a site in Kettlebrook. The Reliant Motor Company ...

Fire Damage at the Reliant Works, Tamworth

In 1966 a fire tore through the fibreglass shop at Reliant's factory at Two Gates, Tamworth. The damaged buildings can be seen in the background. The Reliant Motor Company was formed in 1935 when ...

Fire on Cannock Chase,

Crowds gathering to watch a fire on Cannock Chase.

Fire, Thatched Cottages on Lichfield Road, Stafford,

Firemen putting out a fire in the thatch of a cottage on Lichfield Road. These seventeenth century cottages stood opposite Green Hall. Today the site is occupied by a garage. This cottage, number ...

Golden Jubilee bonfire, Milford

Constructing the bonfire for Berkswich Parish Council's celebrations for Queen Victoria's Golden Jubilee celebrations. The bonfire stood on Satnall Hills bordering Milford Common.

Guide Camp Fire, Kibblestone, Stone

Guides and Brownies from Stone and Eccleshall Districts at the Division Camp Fire at Kibblestone Camp. Leading the singing is Eccleshall District Commissioner, Mrs Joan Clarke.

Holborn Old Paper Mill demolition, Holborn, Newcastle-under-Lyme

Possibly taken during the demolition of the old paper mill at Holborn, before the new one was constructed. Holborn Paper Mill was owned by the Lamb family for over a century until about 1928. The mill ...

Holborn, Newcastle-Under-Lyme

Photograph of the 'Deeko' paper mill fire.

Queen Victoria's Jubilee bonfire at Waterloo Clump, Winshill

Lantern slide view of a bonfire erected at Waterloo Clump, Winshill, near Burton upon Trent, as part of the celebrations for Queen Vistoria's Diamond Jubilee in 1897. Copyright: Burton Library

Remains of Bostock's Shoe Factory after Fire, Stafford

Edwin Bostock's shoe factory was originally in Foregate Street, Stafford, but was destroyed by fire in 1901. This resulted in a new factory being built on Sandon Road, which opened in 1903. Bostock's ...

Remains of Holy Trinity Church after Fire, Eccleshall,

Holy Trinity Church dates from the twelfth century. The chancel was replaced in the thirteenth century, and in the fifteenth century the tower was raised to its present height and the clerestory added. Between ...

Ruins after a Fire on Gaolgate Street, Stafford

The Elizabethan House was built on Gaolgate Street in the late Tudor period. At the time of the fire it was occupied by Mr. Cound, a draper. The building was destroyed by fire in the early hours of ...

Sir Martin Noell's Almshouses, Stafford

Firemen extinguishing a chimney fire at Sir Martin Noell's Almshouses on Earl Street, Stafford. Almshouses built in the middle of 17th century by Sir Martin Noell. He was a London merchant who was ...

Sun Fire Sign

Fire marks were put on buildings, so if the house caught fire the insurance company would put the fire out (buildings without a fire mark the insurance company would not interfere). The Sun Fire Office ...

The Crown and Anchor, Stone

The thatched Crown and Anchor public house was built in 1675, but was severely damaged by fire in 1937. It was rebuilt in time to celebrate George VI's coronation the following year.