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Bridge over Endon Brook, near Cheddleton

View of a bridge over Endon Brook.

Bridge over Moat, Eccleshall Castle,

The castle was used as the residence of the Bishops of Lichfield. The first reference to this building was in 1200, when Bishop Geoffrey Muschamp obtained a royal licence to embattle a manor house in ...

Bridge over the River Dove, Tutbury

The present Tutbury Bridge was built around 1817. Beyond can be seen the bridge for the railway line which linked Tutbury Plaster Mill to the North Staffordshire Railway branch line between Uttoxeter ...

Bridge over the River Sow, Doxey Road, Stafford

Looking south west along the River Sow from Doxey Road. The houses in the background stand on South Street and Castle Street. The River Sow rises to the south of Loggerheads. The Sow is joined by ...

Bridge Street from Bailey Street, Stafford

Photograph taken from the roof of what was in the early 1970's Stafford Reprographics Ltd. Printers, in Bailey Street.

Broad Eye Bridge, Doxey Road, Stafford

Oil painting by Martin J. Dutton entitled 'Stafford landscape', with a view of Doxey Road by Broad Eye Bridge. Dimensions: height - 415mm, width - 700mm

Broad Eye Windmill and River Sow, Stafford,

Photograph taken from South Street. Broad Eye corn mill was built in 1796 using stones taken from the Old Town Hall (now replaced by the Shire Hall). The miller lived in a house next door. In ...

Brocton Hall,

Brocton Hall was built in 1760, George Chetwynd undertook extensive remodelling in 1801. The hall and land was acquired by Cannock Chase Golf Club in 1922, who had lost their club house in a fire. ...

Brookside floods, Rolleston

The Alder brook in flood at Brookside, Rolleston.

Brookside, Rolleston

Looking eastwards along Brookside, showing the footbridge over the Lader brook, with Brookhouse Farm in the distance.

Brookside, Rolleston

Looking westwards along Brookside, showing the footbridge over Alder brook. The Cottage can be seen in the distance.

Bull Bridge, Penkridge

A postcard view of Bull Bridge, which was built around 1796 and widened in 1822. In 1963 the road was further widened and the bridge was reconstructed. It is believed to be named after a nearby place ...

Bull Bridge, Penkridge

Bull Bridge was built around 1796 and widened in 1822. In 1963 the road was further widened and the bridge was reconstructed . It is believed to be named after a nearby place name 'Bold'. The bridge ...

Bull Bridge, Penkridge

Bull Bridge carried the Wolverhapton to Stafford road over the River Penk. It was rebuilt in 1796 and widened in 1822.

Burnside, Rolleston

A view of the Alder brook in Rolleston, looking north along Burnside. The Post Office can be seen far right.

Burnside, Rolleston

A view of Burnside, showing footbridges over the Alder brook.

Burton Bridge

A lantern slide view of an engraving of Burton Bridge from Bearwood Hill on the eastern, Winshill side, showing the old bridge. Burton Bridge is first mentioned in the very early 12th century, but ...

Burton Bridge

Lantern slide view of Burton Bridge from the eastern, Winshill side of the River Trent. Burton Bridge is first mentioned in the very early 12th century, but there may have been a bridge here even earlier ...