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Dunsley Tunnel, Kinver

Dunsley Tunnel was built in about 1769 and is 23 yards long. The tunnel was unusual for its time, as it was built with a tow path.

Essex Bridge, Great Haywood

There has been a bridge crossing the River Trent at Great Haywood since the sixteenth century. It was rumoured that the bridge was built by the Earl of Essex, to allow Queen Elizabeth I to visit him ...

Essex Bridge, Great Haywood

There has been a bridge crossing the River Trent at Great Haywood since the sixteenth century. It was rumoured that the bridge was built by the Earl of Essex, to allow Queen Elizabeth I to visit him ...

Essex Bridge, Great Haywood,

There has been a bridge crossing the River Trent at Great Haywood since the sixteenth century. It was rumoured that the bridge was built by the Earl of Essex, to allow Queen Elizabeth I to visit him ...

Essex Bridge, Great Haywood,

There has been a bridge crossing the River Trent at Great Haywood since the sixteenth century. It was rumoured that the bridge was built by the Earl of Essex, to allow Queen Elizabeth I to visit him ...

Essex Bridge, Great Haywood,

There has been a bridge crossing the River Trent at Great Haywood since the sixteenth century. It was rumoured that the bridge was built by the Earl of Essex, to allow Queen Elizabeth I to visit him ...

Fenton Manor Station, Fenton

Fenton Manor Station was on the old Biddulph Valley line and Leek branch of North Staffordshire Railway. The station was on Manor Street (then named Albert Street), just off Victoria Road. The line passes ...

Fishing in the River Sow, Shugborough Park,

Flood Prevention, Stafford, (1)

Flood prevention - examining the Sandyford Brook where it flows into the River Sow at the Brick Bridge, Fairway.

Flood Prevention, Stafford, (3)

Sandyford Brook flood prevention. The depth of the brook is being measured where it emerges from under Stafford Gaol, along the side of St. George's Hospital grounds.

Flood Prevention, Stafford, (5)

Sandyford Brook flood prevention. The brook is being measured as it runs alongside Sandyford Street.

Floods, Stafford Railway Station

Floods on platform 1, Stafford Railway Station. The view is looking towards Newport Road. A long period of rainy weather resulted in the River Sow rising to its highest level ever recorded, flooding ...

Footbridge and Ford, Stone,

Ford and footbridge on Outlanes, by the junction near to Meaford Farm.

Ford, Downs Banks, Stone,

In the eighteenth century Bluebarn Farm on Downs Bank grew hops for Joule's Brewery. In 1946 Joule's purchased a the land from Viscount Sidmouth. It was presented to the National Trust on 22 July ...

Grimblebrook, Milwich,

Grindley Station,

Grindley Station was owned by the Stafford-Uttoxeter Railway Company. When this photograph was taken the station no longer served passenger trains. The Stafford-Uttoxeter line opened in December 1867, ...

Harecastle railway tunnel North

The tunnel opened in 1848 to accommodate the North Staffordshire Railway line between Kidsgrove & Tunstall. The tunnel is 1766 yards long and was closed in 1965 to make way for the new tunnel built to ...

Harecastle Tunnels, Kidsgrove

The Brindley (on the right) and Telford (on the left) canal tunnels can be seen here. The Brindley canal tunnel was designed by James Brindley and was opened in 1777. The tunnel took many years to complete ...