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Wheaton Aston School

Group of pupils with their headmaster standing outside St. Mary's School, Wheaton Aston. The school was founded in 1853.

Betley Girls' College Painting Class

Betley Girls' College Painting Class taking place in the open air at Betley, Staffordshire.

Chapel House, Belmont, Ipstones

John Sneyd of Belmont Hall originally planned Chapel House as a church. Around 1790, Sneyd argued with the incumbent of St. Leonard's Church in Ipstones and started to build his own church. They soon ...

Rugeley Town Hall and Market Hall

Built on the site of the Shoulder of Mutton Inn, the Town Hall and Market Hall were built in 1878-79 and the architect was W. Tadman Foulkes. The tower remains, the rest having being demolished in 1978. The ...

The Talbot Fast Food Restaurant, Alton Towers

Barbara Patinson. is pictured operating a drinks machine in the Talbot fast food restaurant at Alton Towers. This photograph was taken by Stafford photographer Tony Boydon. Alton Towers was the ...

Teachers at Walhouse Junior School, Cannock

Teachers pictured in the staff room at Walhouse Junior School. From left to right: John Dennis, Bruce Haycock, Peter Cadman, Fred Yard, and Headmaster Arthur Hampton. John Dennis left to go to teach ...

Occupation of Traders Map, Kidsgrove

This map shows the locations of shops in Kidsgrove town centre and the usage of buildings. It shows shops such as, The Joyous Feast, Brenda's Bakery and Bryan's Children's Clothes. Funded by Heritage ...

Occupation of Traders Map, Shops in Kidsgrove

This map shows the location of shops in Kidsgrove town centre and what buildings were used for. It shows shops such as Eric Alcock Service Dept Ltd., Mr Chips Fish and Chips and Kidsgrove Labour Club. Digitisation ...

Map of Staffordshire County

This map shows the county of Staffordshire and shows settlements such as Uttoxeter, Stone, Audley, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Tunstall and Wolstanton. . Digitisation funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund

Map of Staffordshire

This map shows Trentham, Clayton, Butterton and Hanchurch in 1925. Marked on the map are Trentham Park, Butterton Hall and Clayton Hall. Digitisation funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund

Map of Newcastle-under-Lyme and Silverdale

This map shows Newcastle-under-Lyme in 1925. It also marks the Poor Law Institutions or workhouses on London Road and Keele Road. Digitisation funded by Heritage Lottery Fund

Map of the County of Stafford

This map shows the county of Staffordshire, it has been hand painted and divided by Emmanuel Bowen into sections. Around the edge of the map is the coat of arms of landed gentry in the county. Some spellings ...

Newcastle Gardens, Newcastle-under-Lyme

This is a map of Newcastle Gardens, possibly drawn up when the Sneyd family was selling land. The red dots on the map shows the quantity in yards. Other measurements on the map are in acres, rods and ...

Map of colliery workings near Harecastle Tunnel, Kidsgrove

This is a map of colliery workings near Harecastle Tunnel in Kidsgrove. Digitisation funded by Heritage Lottery Fund

Walhouse Boys School Christmas production, Cannock

The teachers pictured in New Hall are Mr E. Bowes, Mr Cantrel, Mr L. Bennett, and the headmaster Mr Wilf Cooper. Working left to right - (Children only) Front row: David Hampton, Wille Warsop, ...

Accident at Radford Bridge, Baswich

On the evening of 18 October 1923 a Scammell lorry belonging to McNamara & Co. Ltd., Royal Mail and general road transport contractors, crashed through the parapet of Radford Bridge into the River Penk ...

Raven's Tor, Dovedale

A view of Dovedale, looking north, with Raven's Tor (Staffordshire) to the left and Baley Hill (Derbyshire) to the right. Photographer: William Blake of Longton.

Lion's Head Rock, Dovedale

This rocky face along the River Dove is on the Derbyshire side of Dovedale.