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Alan Landon, Uttoxeter Road, Longton

Alan Landon pictured in the back yard of 1 High St (later Uttoxeter Rd), Longton In front of a wartime Anderson shelter. Behind the shelter is the brickwork of the huge bottle oven of the Park Hall Pottery. ...

Alec Bedser and Jack Ikin at Royal Doulton, Burslem

Alec Bedser and Jack Ikin on a promotional visit to the Royal Doulton Showrooms on Nile Street, Burslem. From left to right: Doug Henson (Staffordshire Cricket captain), Denis Roberts (Royal Doulton ...

Amenities, Drake Hall, near Eccleshall

Page 9 of 'Drake Hall - A War-Time Hostel', a souvenir book produced for staff and residents at the Swynnerton Royal Ordinance Factory hostel at Drake Hall, produced in 1945. Some of the amenities enjoyed ...

American Forces Dedication, Yarnfieild

An image from the 'Yarnfield Yank', a booklet published in 1945 to commemorate the presence of US Army personnel at transit camps in Yarnfield, near Stone during World War II. The camps at Yarnfield were ...

American Forces children's activities, Yarnfield

US Army personnel providing afternoon tea and activities for local children. US Forces occupied Beatty Hall, Howard Hall and Duncan Hall in Yarnfield during World War II. An image from the 'Yarnfield ...

American Forces Football teams, Yarnfield

US Forces American Football teams pictured at Yarnfield. An image from the 'Yarnfield Yank', a booklet published in 1945 to commemorate the presence of US Army personnel at transit camps in Yarnfield, ...

American Forces Parade, Stafford

American forces from Yarnfield camp on parade in Gaolgate Street, Stafford, marching towards Gaol Square. On the right can be seen the trustees Savings Bank and Melia's food store. This image is from ...

American forces retreat, Yarnfield

The American flag is lowered as the American forces prepare to depart the camps at Yarnfield, which were designated by the US Army as Army Air Force Reinforcement Depot, AAF Station 594. This image ...

American Forces soft ball team, Yarnfield

This image is from the 'Yarnfield Yank', a booklet published in 1945 to commemorate the presence of US Army personnel at transit camps in Yarnfield, near Stone during World War II.

American Red Cross, Hanley

The American Red Cross in Upper Market Square, Hanley pictured during World War II. In the late 1950s this building was the National Insurance Office, then later Cantor's furniture store. Today (2019) ...

Armament Research Department, ROF Swynnerton

Portraits of staff at the Armament Research Department, Group IIH at R.O.F. Swynnerton photographed at the time of V.E. Day in May 1945. From left to right, top to bottom: W.J. Moyce, R.W. Batchelor, ...

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 ...

Army cadets, Uttoxeter ACF

ARP Warden Helmet, World War II

During World War II Air Raid Precaution warden’s had the job to protect civilians from the dangers of air-raids. During blackouts they were responsible for ensuring no light was visible. They had ...

Auxillary Fire Service, Pattingham

Back row (L-R): Norman Harris, Len Handy, Harold Ray, Charlie Law, Bevill Bentley, Bill Smith, Stan Bentley, Tom Price, John Strong, Charlie Pritchard, Herbert Tooth, ?. Seated (L-R): ?, ?, ?, ?, Jim ...

Barlaston War Memorial

War memorial on the green at Barlaston commemorating the fallen of two world wars.The building in the background formerly served as Barlaston Library.

Barracks entrance, Yarnfield

The Barracks entrance at Yarnfield pictured during a snow storm. US Forces occupied Beatty Hall, Howard Hall and Duncan Hall in Yarnfield during World War II. An image from the 'Yarnfield Yank', a ...

Base for aircraft hanger, Perton Airfield

This concrete floor was all that remained of the T-2 Hanger at Perton Airfield in 1989. Perton Airfield was constructed in 1940 as a Royal Air Force Relief Landing Ground. Later during the Second World ...