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Proposed refurbishment of Shire Hall, Stafford

Watercolour print of the proposed interior refurbishment of Shire Hall, Stafford. An architect's colour watercolour with figures. Titled below centre and right: "Shire Hall, Stafford/ Proposed interior ...

Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee Celebrations, Stafford,

The Diamond Jubilee celebrations lasted three days. Jubilee Day was a public holiday and two oxen, donated by the Meakins of Creswell Hall, were roasted on Market Square. Children sang the National ...

Shire Hall, Stafford

There has been a shire building in Stafford since the 1280s, used as a meeting place for the County Court and later for other civic meetings. The present building, designed by John Harvey and erected ...

Shire Hall, Stafford

Watercolour painting by Catherine Brennand. There has been a shire building in Stafford since the 1280s, used as a meeting place for the County Court and later for other civic meetings. The present ...

Shire Hall, Stafford,

There has been a shire building in Stafford since the 1280s, used as a meeting place for the County Court and later for other civic meetings. The present building, designed by John Harvey and erected ...

Stafford - Plan of Basement Story of Shire Hall: engraving

'Plan of the Basement Story (sic) of Staffordshire Hall. John Harvey, Archt.' Showing the proposed purpose of each room including the Mayor's Office, the Prisoners' Room and the Witnesses' Room.'London, ...

Stafford - Plan of Principal Storey of Shire Hall: engraving

'Principal Story (sic) of Staffordshire Hall. John Harvey, Archt.' Showing a key chart listing the proposed purpose of each room.Scale 1 inch to 10 feet. 'London, Nov. 10th 1802. Engraved & Published ...

Stafford - Shire Hall: aquatint engraving

'West Elevation of the Hall at Stafford, containing the Public Courts of Justice for the County of Staffordshire. John Harvey, Archt., 1794.' There is a pediment supported on four Attic columns above ...

Stafford - Shire Hall: architect's ink drawing (tinted)

Showing a building with a pediment supported on four Attic columns above a lower storey of solid stonework. There are nine windows at the level of the columns, and three doors below the columns. The windows ...

Stafford - Shire Hall: sepia drawing

'The Town Hall at Stafford.' South west view showing the building with a pediment supported on four Attic columns above a lower storey of solid stonework. There are nine windows at the level of the columns, ...

Stafford - Shire Hall: water colour painting

'Stafford, Town-Hall, as in 1798.' North west view of the Hall with a pediment supported on four Attic columns above a lower storey of solid stonework. There are nine windows at the level of the columns, ...

Stafford views

Colour-tinted postcard with seven views of Stafford: Rowley Park, Stafford Castle, Newport Road, Victoria Square, Shire Hall, and two views of Greengate Street. Postcard published by W.H. Smith & Sons. ...

Stafford Youth Week leaflet

Floor plan of the Exhibition which took place in the Great Hall of the Shire Hall, Stafford as part of Stafford Youth Week.

Stoke-on-Trent Police Station

The photograph shows the front of Stoke on Trent Police Station on Hartshill Road. The building has changed use to become site of the Coroner's Court and Chambers. This was a substation of the city force ...

The Old Law Courts, Cannock

The court building dated from 1862, but it was demolished in the latter part of the 20th century and replaced by the current main Police station in Wolverhampton Road, Cannock which was built in the early ...

The Spitfire, Bethesda Street, Hanley

The temporary "greenhouse" being built to house the Spitfire RW 388 outside the Potteries Museum and Art Gallery in Bethesda Street. This aircraft was manufactured in Castle Bromwich in 1945. Mounted ...

Walsall Town - The George Inn: sepia wash drawing

'The George Inn and Old Houses at Walsall, Staffordshire.' A view of the square known as the Bridge. The large building with three (of four) Ionic columns, originally from Fisherwick Hall, on the left, ...

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