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Burgess' Ironmongers Shop, Eccleshall,

One of Burgess' first shops which opened on Stafford Street. This shop is directly opposite the present Burgess' premises.

Butcher's Shop, Stafford,

This butcher's shop was located on the corner of White Lion Street and Lichfield Road. Next to the shop can be seen the eighteenth century lock-up, used originally to detain local drunks and vagrants. ...

Canal Scene, Cheddleton

A view taken from the road bridge over the Caldon Canal at Cheddleton Wharf looking eastwards. In the background are the chimneys of Brittain's paper mill. A paper mill has stood on the present site ...

Cannock Road, Penkridge

This postcard view looks east along the Cannock Road in Penkridge. In later years the hedge on the left was removed to make way for housing for Little Marsh Grove, on the right just out of the picture ...

Cannock views

This composite Cannock postcard picture has views of: Shoal Hill; Mansty Toll House; two views of Market Place in the town centre; St Luke's Church. Postcard published by the 'Advertiser' Office, Cannock....

Carnival entry pictured on the canal at Glascote, Tamworth

This photograph shows the view from near the Bottom Lock House in Glascote, looking along the tow path towards Kettlebrook Railway bridge. Dora Crowshaw is seen here, with herself and bike decorated with ...

Carter Street, Uttoxeter

A postcard view of Carter Street, Uttoxeter. In the distance can be seen the porch of the White Hart Hotel. This postcard was published by the Kingsway Real Photo, Series. It was posted in Uttoxeter, ...

Catholic Procession, Stafford,

The Catholic Procession was organised by the parishes of St. Austin's and St. Patrick's. The route was from St. Patrick's Church in the north of Stafford to St. Joseph's Convent on Lichfield Road, ...

Cattle Market, Stafford,

The last cattle fair held in Gaolgate Street (then known as Cow Street). The photograph was taken from the corner of Market Square and Gaolgate Street. On the right is Mummery's jewellers shop. The ...

Celebrations for Coronation of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth, Stone

Coronation celebrations executive committee pictured at the Town Hall: Standing: Mr J. W. Moore (Chairman of Records Committee), Mr A. N. Barrowcliffe (Clerk’s Assistant), Mr C. H. Matthews (Clerk ...

Chebsey Vicarage

Pictured are the duaghters of the vicar, Rev. Patterson. From left to right: Violet, Brenda and Mary.

Children with bicycles, Stone

Photograph taken near the Railway Bridge in Newcastle Road, Stone. Note the Joules Stone Ales advertisement on the bridge in the background. Left to right; Nancy Jenkins, Hazel Chesters, Graham Chesters, ...

Christchurch and Gaol Road, Stafford

Christ Church, on the left, was built on Foregate Street in 1839. It closed in 1976 and in 1983 it was demolished; sheltered housing for the elderly now stands on the site. On the right are building at ...

Clock and Market Place, Willenhall

A busy market day in Willenhall. This area is now pedestrianised but the buildings are still identifiable. With the number of working men visible at and around the stalls, it was probably a Saturday ...

Clock and Market Place, Willenhall

This Harold Carwright photograph has slightly different composition to the others he took of the Market Place. The time on the clock face seems to make this the first of the set so perhaps he was not ...

County Buildings, Stafford,

The County Buildings opened in Martin Street on 29 October 1895. Previously councillors had used the facilities in the Borough Hall and the Shire Hall. A competition was organised to find an architect, ...

Creswell Grove, Stafford

A postcard view of Creswell Grove looking along the A5013 towards Great Bridgeford. This postcard was published by W H Smith & Son, Stafford. It was franked on 15 April 1911 in Stafford and sent to ...

Cricket game in the Stafford area

This postcard view shows a group of campers playing cricket and posing for the photographer at an unknown location but thought to be in the Stafford area. If you recognise anyone in the picture or the ...