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Recreation of German Prisoner of War inscription on Cannock Chase

Based on written evidence, this reconstruction shows an inscription created by German PoWs held at Brocton Camp on Cannock Chase in the later stages of World War I. Made out of painted stones, the inscription ...

Recreation of 'N' Lines at Brocton Camp, Cannock

Based on period photographs, maps and site visits, this reconstructed view of the World War I army training camp at Brocton on Cannock Chase shows the huts that made up an area known as 'N' lines. The ...

Removal of the Original Market Cross, High Street, Newcastle-under-Lyme

This is the original damaged market cross being removed by crane. The Midland Bank and Boots Dispensing Chemist can be seen in the background. The original column is now outside the museum.

Roman Villa, Hales

A view of the Bath House from the west after excavation in 1967. Hales Roman Villa is sited to the east of Hales village. Foundations and floors were discovered and were re-buried after excavation. An ...

Samian Bowl found at Chesterton, 100-400 AD

Samian pottery is the most recognisable and common Roman pottery in Britain. The Romans used this type of pottery for displaying and serving food. By using a mould they were able to produce floral or ...

Trentham Lake Boat House

The Boat House, shown here after excavation, was probably built by Capability Brown when the lake was created between 1759 and 1780.