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Oakamoor Village

View of the terraced houses in the village looking across the River Churnet. The village is so-called because it was originally covered with dwarf oaks.Thomas Bolton & Sons of Birmingham bought the village's ...

Quixhill Bridge

Quixhill Bridge is a stone road bridge with three arches, which carries the road between Denstone and Ellastone (now the B5032) over the River Churnet.

River Churnet and Bridge, Alton

A postcard view of the River Churnet and bridge looking south-east with Alton Castle on the right. Within Alton Castle are the remains of the medieval castle, built in about 1175 by Bertram de Verdun, ...

The Bridges at Consall

Two women are standing by the parapet on the bridge over the River Churnet. The second bridge to the left of the tree is over the Caldon Canal. The Black Lion Inn is the building centre background.

The Old Mill, Leek area

View of mill with attached out-buildings and a figure walking along the riverside path.

The River Churnet at Alton

The River Churnet. Photographed by William Blake.

Landscape with view of The River Churnet at its entrance to Tittesworth Lake, Staffordshire.

The Water Mill, Cheddleton

View of the Churnet Valley from Alton Castle

View of the weir at Rocester

The weir by the Corn Mill on the River Churnet.

Wall Bridge over the River Churnet, Leek

View of the bridge, which stands at the foot of Ladderedge on the A53 Newcastle Road. The wintery scene was used as a postcard at Christmas.

Waterfall, Coombes Valley

This waterfall is an offshoot of Coombes Brook which runs through the Coombes Valley Nature Reserve.