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Colwich Station

Colwich Station was built in 1847 to designs by John Livock and was the most southerly station on the North Staffordshire Railway. It was jointly owned and managed by the N.S.R. and London and North ...

Colwich Station

The entrance yard at Colwich station, with Main Road in the foreground. Colwich Station was built in 1847 to designs by John Livock and was the most southerly station on the North Staffordshire Railway. ...

Combridge Crossing House, near Rocester

Combridge Crossing House on the North Staffordshire Railway near Rocester. Image copyright Mr R.E.G. Read.

Combridge Crossing House, near Rocester

Combridge Crossing House. By the time of this photograph the railway had been dismantled and the house was a domestic dwelling, named 'Inglenook'. The track formerly ran past the bay window and had been ...

Combridge Crossing, near Rocester

A pannier tank locomotive pulling three carriages over Combridge Crossing, near Rocester. Image copyright H.B. Oliver. The Oliver Collection of photographs is held at the National Railway Museum, York....

Consall Station

Consall Station, looking north. The station opened in March 1902 to serve the small rural community at Consall. Note the waiting room on the right overhanging the Caldon Canal. On the left is an earth ...

Consall Station

View of the up waiting room at Consall Railway Station, looking towards Cheddleton. Unusually, it is supported by a cantilever holding it above the Caldon Canal. In the distance can be seen the Black ...

Consall Station

View of the down platform and station buildings at Consall Railway Station, looking towards Cheddleton. Consall stands on the Churnet Valley Line of the North Staffordshire Railway and was opened ...

Crakemarsh Crossing, near Uttoxeter

The railway crossing at Crakemarsh with the crossing house to the left.

Cresswell Station, Draycott-in-the-Moors

Cresswell Railway Station stood on the Stoke-on-Trent to Uttoxeter branch of the North Staffordshire Railway and opened in 1848. The station closed on 7th November 1966 and was demolished except for ...

Cresswell Station. Photographed by William Blake.

View of Cresswell Station, Cresswell Lane, Staffordshire.

Denstone Railway Station

Denstone Station stood on the Churnet Valley branch of the North Staffordshire Railway. It was originally built in 1849 for the Heywood family of Denstone.

Derailment at Rocester

The derailment of the 9.20 Hill House Camden at 11.51pm on the up line near Rocester, which took place on 27 August 1959.

Duke Street, Fenton

This photograph was taken east of Duke Street alongside the railway line to Longton and Stoke. Longton is towards the top. The building on the right stands on the site of Oldfield's old colliery, brick ...

East Vale, Longton

Looking west towards the East Vale area of Longton. The railway line is the Stoke to Derby branch. St John's Church in Longton is close to the railway in the distance. The line of coal wagons are on ...

Ecton Church

Ecton Church was probably a 'Navvy' church and built for men working on the construction of the Manifold Valley Railway which opened in July 1904. Behind can be seen the spoil heaps of Ecton copper mine ...

Ecton, Manifold Valley

A view of Manifold Valley Light Railway, near Ecton. The farm in foreground is 'The Lee'. The spoil heaps of Ecton copper mine can be seen top right. The railway had a short lifespan, running between ...

Engine Shed at Cauldon Low

The North Staffordshire Railway engine shed at Cauldon Low with side tipper wagons and a water bowser. This photograph was taken after the line closed and before the track was lifted. This area also contained ...