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High Street, Burton-on-Trent

View of High Street with the Electric Theatre and Parrs Bank on the right, and the Bass Town Offices and Anglesey Hall in the distance.

High Street, Burton-upon-Trent

A view of the High Street taken from Station Street junction looking south towards Lichfield Street. This Image is from a collection of photographs of Burton upon Trent commissioned and assembled by ...

High Street, Eccleshall

This picture was taken looking towards the west on the High Street in Eccleshall. The white building centre left is the Bell Inn, the Midland Bank is in the centre and on the right there is the High ...

High Street, Longton

Photograph taken looking south-east. Lloyd's Bank can be seen.

High Street, Stone

A view of the High Street taken from the Market Square, looking north. In th left foreground is Oliver's shoe shop, formerly Pyatt's grocers, and now (2010) occupied by The Lounge. Photographer: Tony ...

High Street, Stone

A view of the High Street taken from the Market Square, looking north, before pedestrianisation. On the left is Oliver's shoe shop, formerly Pyatt's grocers, and now (2018) occupied by The Lounge. On ...

High Street, Stone

A postcard view looking south along High Street, Stone. On the left can be seen the Midland Bank and the timber-framed Black Horse Inn, demolished in 1954. On the right are the offices of Joule's Brewery, ...

High Street, Stone

A view of a busy day on the High Street, looking northwards towards the Market Square. Notice the sheep being driven towards the camera from the livestock market which used to be behind the Unicorn Hotel, ...

High Street, Stone

A view of the High Street taken from the Market Square, looking north, before pedestrianisation. On the left is Oliver's shoe shop, formerly Pyatt's grocers, and now (2018) occupied by The Lounge. On ...

King George VI Memorial Parade, Stafford,

Memorial Parade on Market Square for King George VI, who died in February 1952. Taking the salute is the Mayor of Stafford Ald. C.E. Fowke. On his left is the Lord Lieutenant of the County.

Lamb Street, Hanley

The photograph was taken before The Potteries Shopping Centre was built and when Market Square was parking space. Looking along Lamb Street, on the right is Martins Bank, amalgamated into Barclays Bank ...

Leek & Moorlands Building Society, Leek

The Society was first established permanently in May 1856 by William and James Challinor, and Thomas Shaw who was the managing clerk. The Challinors were from the family of lawyers, with offices in Leek. ...

Line Dancing, Eccleshall Festival,

Line dancing High Street. The first Eccleshall Festival was held in 1979. The festival takes place every two years.

Lloyds Bank, Carter Street, Uttoxeter

Lloyds Bank, Rugeley

This Grade 2 listed building on Lower Brook Street dates from the mid 19th century. Until recently (2014) it was Seconds Ahead clothes shop.

Lloyds Bank, Stafford,

Bandit screen inside Lloyds Bank, Market Square, Stafford.

Lower Brook Street, Rugeley

Lower Brook Street in Rugeley looking north towards the Town Hall. On the right is William Crompton's bootmaking and shoe shop. Next door is Hunter's Provisions and Tea Dealers' shop. On the left ...

Market Place, Rugeley

A postcard picture of the Market Place also known as Market Square, which looks towards Lower Brook Street in Rugeley. On the left the National Provincial Bank became the National Westminster Bank ...