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Floods in Cinder Lane, Rolleston

Cinder Lane is now better known as Beacon Road.

Floods in Penkridge

Floods in Market Street, looking towards Crown Bridge. the Horse and Jockey pub is to the left.

Floods in Penkridge

Floods on New Road. A Butler's brewery lorry struggles through the water. The Railway Inn can be seen in the background of the photograph.

Floods in Penkridge,

Floods on Stafford Road.

Floods in Penkridge,

Floods outside the Horse and Jockey pub, Market Street.

Floods in Penkridge,

Floods at the bottom of Market Street. Bolomey and Co's grocers shop is to the left, to the right is the Horse and Jockey pub.

Floods on Sandon Road, Stafford,

Floods on Sandon Road, at the junction with Corporation Street.

Floods on Station Road, Stafford,

Floods on Station Road. The row of houses in the centre was demolished when the Railway Station was rebuilt in the 1960s.

Floods on the Newport Road, Stafford

Looking along Newport Road towards the junction with Lichfield Road and Bridge Street. On the right is the King Edward VI Grammar School. A long period of rainy weather resulted in the River Sow rising ...

Floods on Victoria Park, Stafford

A long period of rainy weather resulted in the River Sow rising to its highest level ever recorded, flooding the railway station and stopping all traffic. At the junction of Newport Road and Bridge Street ...

Floods, Blythe Bridge

Photograph donated by the Blythe Bridge and Forsbrook Local Historical Society, who retain copyright ownership.

Floods, Bridge Street, Stafford

This view was taken from outside The Picture House. In the centre is the public library which occupied this site until 1999, when it moved to part of the Shire Hall on Market Square. The building on ...

Floods, Bridge Street, Stafford

Severe flooding in Stafford during November 2000. Several riverside buildings, including the former Picture House cinema, converted to a bar at the time of the flooding were badly damaged by flood water....

Floods, Burton-upon-Trent

Children viewing serious flooding in Burton-upon-Trent in November 2000, with Burton Bridge in the background. This Image is from a collection of photographs of Burton upon Trent commissioned and assembled ...

Floods, Doxey Road, Stafford

View of Doxey Road from just over the Broad Eye Bridge during the flood of 1946. The houses to the left are where the Conservative Party Headquarters stands today. In the background can be seen the ...

Floods, High Street, Stone,

In August 1987, the Scotch Brook culvert burst causing much flooding.

Floods, Kingston School Centre, Stafford,

View of the Kingston Secondary Modern School, now a County Council building, with Fairway on the left. Harrowby Street can be seen on the right.

Floods, Lichfield Road, Stafford

On the left is the old library building which occupied this site until 1999, when it moved to part of the Shire Hall on Market Square. The building is now used as an arts centre. A long period of ...