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Alton Towers

Clergy and choir at Alton Towers, Staffordshire. This image is taken from the collection of the Churnet Valley Railway.

Alton Towers Special, Rocester

A British Railways Fowler 2-6-4 locomotive approaches Rocester station with an Alton Towers six-coach special in the late 1950s. After the Second World War the village of Rocester was chosen for the ...

Alton Towers Station

Alton station stood on the Churnet Valley line of the North Staffordshire Railway. It was built in an Italianate villa style in about 1849. The station was used by the Earl of Shrewsbury, and had a luggage ...

Amington colliery, Tamworth

Amington colliery railway and the Locomotive 0-4-0 saddle tank built by Brush in 1909. Pictured are Mr Driton, Mr Leedham and another gentleman.

Amington colliery, Tamworth

Amington pit miners next to the railway with, fourth from left, Master Walter Oliver Perry, who was only 12 to 14 years old at the time this photograph was taken.

Amington level crossing, Amington, Tamworth

An in-seam roadway, Lea Hall Colliery, Rugeley

A coal miner standing in the Deep-Seam roadway. The endless-road haulage can be seen between and adjacent to the rails. Water and fire-fighting pipes are slung from the supports at the side and the power ...

Armitage Railway Station

The two guards look in the direction of the photographer while a steam train is arriving at Armitage Station. Also on the platform on the right are a large quantity of milk churns. This image is taken ...

Army Recruits at Colwich Station,

Army recruits at Colwich Railway Station awaiting departure. They are accompanied by a local councillor and a police constable. The alternate image is a digitally colourised version of the image.

Army volunteer recruits, Stafford

Army volunteer recruits pictured outside the London and North Western Railway Parcels Receiving Office in Stafford in about 1914.

Asylum railway, Cheddleton

An electric railway ran from Leekbrook to the asylum at Cheddleton. It ran for about a mile and was under the control of the asylum. It carried everything from the workforce, inmates, food and coal! ...

Asylum railway, Cheddleton

A view of the electric engine that powered the asylum train serving Leekbrook Asylum. This engine is now at the National Railway Museum in York. This image is taken from the collection of the Churnet ...

Bagnall’s Bridge, Castle Street, Stafford

The stones forming the embankment to Bagnall’s bridge in Castle Street, Stafford, are believed to have been taken from the old railway sleepers of the Grand Junction Railway when the track was updated ...

Bagnall's Locomotive Builders, Stafford

W.G. Bagnall Ltd. was established in 1870 in Castle Street, Stafford. Bagnall's first locomotive was produced in 1875, the company going on to produce machines for collieries and overseas plantations. ...

Bagnall's Locomotive 'Dempster' in Japan

Steam locomotive 'Dempster' no. 1858 built by Bagnalls Stafford in 1908 by the construction ‘gang’ including Charles Pearson. It was built in for the Elder Dempster shipping line and is pictured here ...

Bagnalls locomotive in Nairobi Railway Museum, Kenya

This locomotive, 'Hugh F Marriott', was built in Stafford, England, by W.G. Bagnall in 1951. It operated as a switcher at the Magadi Soda Company until 1970. This 301 engine was used in the 1985 film, ...

Bagnall's Locomotive type E2150

Bagnall's trade card showing a locomotive type E2150. W.G. Bagnall Ltd. was established in 1870 in Castle Street. Bagnall's first locomotive was produced in 1875, the company going on to produce machines ...

Bagnall's Locomotive type E2278

Bagnall's trade card showing a locomotive type E2278. W.G. Bagnall Ltd. was established in 1870 in Castle Street. Bagnall's first locomotive was produced in 1875, the company going on to produce machines ...