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Upper Brook Street, Rugeley

A postcard view of Upper Brook Street looking from Brook Square. The shop on the left corner is Pascoe's newsagents and stationers business. They are advertising photographic materials in the window, ...

Upper Brook Street, Rugeley

This postcard view of Upper Brook Street looks north-east towards Brook Square. On the left is the Globe Hotel and further along is Hindley’s café, several of the buildings on this side of the street ...

Victoria Road, Fenton

Late Victorian houses on the corner of Victoria Road and Hitchman Street (on the left). Originally part of 30 houses with terracotta tiles and ornate brickwork built in 1885 by William Meath Baker. The ...

View from Pool Dam towards St. Giles' Church, Newcastle-under-Lyme

This scene was much changed with the coming of the ring road and general increase in traffic.

View from St. Giles' down Church Street, Newcastle-under-Lyme

This view looks down Church Street towards Orme Boys' School, the roof of which can just be made out in the centre of this photograph. The ring road has now ploughed its way through this area and most ...

Villa Residence Sale Poster, Church Leigh

Poster for an auction of a Villa Residence known as "Well Croft" in Church Leigh, near Uttoxeter.

W.H. Letts store, 46 Stafford Street, Longton

Letts store, booksellers, stationers and newsagents stood in Stafford Street, Longton, Stoke-On-Trent. The street name was changed to The Strand around the 1950s. On the left is John (Jack) Harold Letts, ...

W.J. Mercer, saddler and harness maker, Market Street, Lichfield

William Mercer was the owner of a leather goods shop at 3 Market Street, Lichfield. The shop operated under the name Mercers until the ealy 2000s when it became Golunski Leather, though still owned by ...

Weston Post Office

On the reverse of this postcard it says that the Post Mistress and her daughter are pictured standing outside Weston Post Office. The two notices over the door state: "James W. Muir, Grocer and Provision ...

Wharf Street, Longton. Photographed by William Blake.

Street scene taken at Wharf Street, Longton, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire. This is possibly the best known image from the collection. Blake, in a library entry for the North Staffs Field Club, describes ...

White Hart Tearooms, Stockwell Street, Leek

Tearooms have occupied this 17th century building on Stockwell Street for over 100 years. The bay windows have been removed.

Wimpy Kiosk, Bridge Street, Stafford

The Wimpy kiosk which stood on Bridge Street, Stafford. Beyond can be seen the multi-storey car park and Tesco supermarket, demolished in 2014.

Wolverhampton Road, Cannock

A view of Wolverhampton Road, Cannock, looking towards the Market Hall. On the extreme left can be seen the sign for James Bond, motor car retailer. The lorry is probably a Model TT. The postcard ...

Wolverhampton Road, Stafford

Photograph includes Pilkington's vintage cycle shop, Owen's sweet shop, and Island Cafe.

Woodbank Street, Burslem

This shop was on the corner of Velvet Street (to the left) and Woodbank Street in Burslem. The building dates from the middle of the 19th century when Woodbank Street was known as Hanover Street. Velvet ...

Woodings agricultural engineers, Stafford

A name plate formerly attached to an agricultural implement or building. Oakey and Wooding were agricultural engineers based at Bailey Street, Stafford and were founded around 1920. they were dealers ...

Woolworth's, High Street, Uttoxeter

F. W. Woolworth's shop on High Street, Uttoxeter with displays of Easter eggs and gifts in the windows. Woolworth's ceased trading in early 2009 and the premises are now (December 2020) occupied by W.H. ...

Yvonne's shop window, Rugeley

Yvonne's ladies outfitters was situated on the corner of Market Square and Bow street, Rugeley. It specialised in more expenseve women's clothing. This window dressing for Dalkeith Knitwear has a foxhunting ...