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Chartley Railway Station,

Chartley Station opened in 1867, and closed in 1939. The shelter in the centre of the photograph is the only building to survive to this day. During 2001 it was re-erected at a few miles away at Amerton ...

Chartley Station shelter at Amerton Railway

Chartley Station opened in 1867, and closed in 1939. Originally built in the 1880s, this shelter is the only surviving building from the station. During 2001 it was re-erected and restored a few miles ...

Cheadle Station

Station staff on the platform at Cheadle Railway Station, with the town and the spire of St. Giles' Roman Catholic Church visible in the background. The Cheadle branch line was opened in 1892, although ...

Cheddleton Railway Station

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This is a film taken around 1960 by Alan Williamson of Endon. It shows the station at Cheddleton, near Leek, and typical scenes of a train coming in, the mail being deposited, children on the platform ...

Cheddleton Station

Cheddleton Station stood on the Churnet Valley line of the North Staffordshire Railway. The station was built in 1849 in a typical N.S.R. picturesque Tudor style. Since 1978 it has been the home of the ...

Coal train at Cobridge station

A coal train passes through Cobridge station during 1932. The bottle ovens in the background now belong to Moorcroft Pottery, but are no longer used for firing. Cobridge was connected to the railway ...

Cobridge Station and Moorcroft's Pottery, Stoke-on-Trent

A photograph looking northwards along Sandbach Road in Cobridge taken from the junction with Leek New Road. Moorcoft's pottery factory is in the centre, the home of the company since 1913. On the ...

Codsall Station, Codsall

This photograph shows a group of people standing in front of Codsall Station. This photograph was taken prior to the erecting of a footbridge in 1888. It believed to be dated to 1840's or 1850's.

Colwich Railway Station

A view of the platforms and station buildings at Colwich Station. A Stanier 'Black Five' locomotive can be seen on the 'down' platform. stopping train. The chimney in the distance belongs to Colwich ...

Colwich Railway Station,

Colwich Railway Station was designed by Livock in 1847. It was jointly run by North Staffordshire Railways (The Knotty) and London and North Western Railways. Colwich was the most southerly station ...

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. ...

Consall Railway Station

Consall railway station on the Churnet Valley Railway line. The station was closed in 1965 and then rebuilt in 1998-2002 and is now in use as a functioning station to serve the passengers using the service ...

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 ...

Cotes Hall College, Cotes Heath,

Cotes Hall College near Stone, which is located on the right before Cotes Heath and Cranberry Street (photograph of a print). In 1851 John James Matthews resided here. In the foreground can be seen ...

Cresswell Railway Station Staff

Thomas Holmes (station porter) is second from the left on the back row. At the time this photograph was taken the Cheadle line had just recently opened and all the goods and parcels were being handled ...