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All Saints Church, Moddershall,

All Saints Church, Moddershall, view from the north west. All Saints Church, Moddershall, viewed from the North. The original church that was built in 1903/04 (opened for worship in April 1904) was taken ...

All Saints' Church, Standon,

All Saints was restored by Sir George Gilbert Scott in 1846. The west wall of the nave and north aisle date from the Norman period. The church tower was built in the fourteenth century. Photograph ...

All Saints' Church, Standon, (2)

All Saints was restored by Sir George Gilbert Scott in 1846. The west wall of the nave and north aisle date from the Norman period. The church tower was built in the fourteenth century. Photograph ...

All Saints' Church, Trysull

The parish church of Trysull is originally 12th century in origin, but only fragments of the building remain from this date. Major improvements were made during the 13th, 14th, 15th centuries, including ...

Alrewas Church - North Doorway: sepia drawing

'North Doorway of Alrewas Church,' showing a plain Norman door with a single arch.'J. Buckler.'

Alrewas Church - West Doorway: sepia drawing

'West Doorway of Alrewas Church, Staffordshire,' showing the west doorway with a Norman arch of two orders.'J. Buckler.'

Alton Towers

The Grand Entrace to Alton Towers. This postcard view was posted in Alton by Ruby (who was on holiday) to her Aunt in Sydenham, London. Alton Towers was the home of the Talbot family, Earls of Shrewsbury. ...

Alton Towers, Small Dining Room

This postcard view shows the Small Dining Room set up as a tea and refreshment room. The picture was taken by Gerald McCann, photographer in Uttoxeter. Alton Towers was the home of the Talbot family, ...

Alton Towers, The Armoury

This postcard view was published by The Alton Towers Café, Alton Towers, Stoke on Trent. Alton Towers was the home of the Talbot family, Earls of Shrewsbury. It was built between about 1810 and 1852. ...

Ancient High House, Stafford,

View of the Ancient High House on Greengate Street, built by Richard Dorrington in 1595. On the right is Brookfield's tailors which until the early twentieth century was occupied by W. Wynne, a bootmaker. In ...

Ancient High House, Stafford,

The High House was built on Greengate Street by Richard Dorrington in 1595. The timber was said to have come from Doxey Wood, near Stafford Castle. King Charles I stayed here in September 1642, whilst ...

Anglesey Hotel, Hednesford

The Anglesey Hotel, Hednesford viewed from Market Street. It was built in 1831 by Edmund Peel of Tamworth, son of Sir Robert Peel of Drayton Manor; brother to Robert, sometime British Prime Minister. ...

Anson Street, Rugeley

A postcard view of Anson Street, Rugeley with many schoolchildren posing for the photograph. They may have been pupils at the Grammar School which was at the far end of this road. The houses on the right ...

Armitage Church - North Doorway: sepia drawing

'North Doorway of Armitage Church, Staffordshire,' showing a corbelled lintel over carved heads.(Similar to SV I.79)'J. B.,' [John Buckler.]

Armitage Church - South Doorway: sepia drawing

'South Doorway of Armitage Church, Staffordshire,' showing a very elaborate Norman doorway of three orders, decorated with chevrons and masks etc.'J. C. Buckler.'

Armitage School

A view of Armitage School at the junction of Rugeley Road and Church Lane. It became the home of Armitage Youth Centre around 1975. The hall is also used by other community groups. The school was replaced ...

Ash Green, Trentham,

Bandstand and Bowling Green, Cannock

A very early postcard where the message and picture is on the same side; the address only being on the reverse. This style of postcard became obsolete when divided back cards were introduced in Great ...