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Bishton Hall, Colwich,

Bishton Hall was built by John Sparrow, a banker, in the late eighteenth century. When he died his daughter, Charlotte, added the two bowed blocks on either side of the main entrance. The hall is ...

Bishton Hall, Colwich,

Bishton Hall was built by John Sparrow, a banker, in the late eighteenth century. When he died his daughter, Charlotte, added the two bowed blocks on either side of the main entrance. The hall is ...

Boat at Radford Marine, Stafford,

Boat at Radford Marine on the Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal, near Radford Bank, Stafford.

Boat Inn Bridge, Gnosall

Boat Inn Bridge is bridge no.34 on the Shropshire Union Canal. On the other side of the brisge, to the right can be seen the Boat Inn. From the County Archaeology photograph collection held at Staffordshire ...

Boathorse Lane Valley and Line Houses, Tunstall

The view in a northerly direction from Hollywall Lane towards Line Houses. The Harecastle railway tunnels run beneath the fields in the foreground and a ventilator shaft can be seen in the left centre. ...

Boatman and family on the Trent & Mersey Canal at Rugeley

Boatyard on the Trent and Mersey Canal, Stone

The canal basin and boatyard on the Trent and Mersey Canal at Stone. These 18th and 19th century buildings are now occupied by the Canal Cruising Company, founded in 1948,. In the background can be ...

Boltons Copper Works, Frog Hall, Kingsley

Thomas Bolton & Sons set up a copper works at nearby Oakamoor in 1852-3. By 1890 there was no more room for expansion at Oakamoor so they began building at Froghall. Major extensions followed in the 1930s, ...

Botterham Lock, Wombourne

Botterham Lock stands on the Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal, which was engineered by James Brindley and opened in May 1772.

Botterham Locks

Botterham Locks stands on the Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal, which was engineered by James Brindley and opened in May 1772.

Boys fishing on the Trent and Mersey Canal, Stone

A group of boys fishing near Lime Kiln Lock on the Trent and Mersey Canal, near to Stone Railway Station. In the distance is a bottle kiln of Taylor and Tunnicliff electrical insulator manufacturers ...

Boys Fishing, Stone,

Boys fishing in Trent and Mersey Canal at Meaford, near Stone.

Bratch Locks, near Wombourne

Bratch Locks stand on the Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal, which was engineered by James Brindley and opened in May 1772. There are 3 locks at Bratch which are notable for their unusual configuration. ...

Brewood Wharf

Brewood Wharf stands on the Shropshire Union Canal, designed by Thomas Telford and opened in March 1835.

Bridge at Hazlehurst Junction, near Endon

This bridge takes the towpath for the Leek branch over the main branch of the Caldon Canal at Hazlehurst Junction. It consists of an iron arch between stone abutments and was built in 1842.

Bridge on the Caldon Canal, Hazelhurst

Canal bridge on the Hazelhurst Aquaduct which takes the Leek Branch over the main Caldon Canal. The Caldon Canal was engineered by James Brindley and opened in 1777 as far as Froghall Wharf.

British Waterways Depot, Burslem Branch Canal, Burslem

British Waterways was the authority responsible for maintaining the majority of canals in the United Kingdom. Formed in 1962 it became the Canal & River Trust in 2012. This depot was at the far end of ...

Brittain's Paper Mills, Caldon Canal, Cheddleton

A paper mill has stood on this site at Cheddleton since 1797, when the paper was made by hand. It was built by the pottery manufacturer William Adams to produce tissue paper for transfer printing in ...