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Burton-upon-Trent Bridge and Town: sepia drawing

South view of the town end of the bridge. Showing the approach to the town and the road leading on to the common. Anonymous. [H. J. Noyes].

Burton-upon-Trent Bridge and Town: sepia drawing

South view of the old bridge from the Derbyshire side looking towards the town. Artist: J. Buckler.

Burton-upon-Trent Bridge and Town: sepia drawing

View of the old bridge from the south, looking north east towards the Derbyshire bank. Shows the town stocks on the left and a large house in the middle distance. Artist: J. Buckler.

Burton-upon-Trent Bridge and Town: tinted lithograph

East view of Burton taken from the river bank. Showing the old bridge on the right, with 16 arches visible, and a large house by the bridge. Also shows several tall chimneys in the town. 'Proof.' ...

Burton-upon-Trent Bridge and Town: water colour painting

North east view of the last six arches of the bridge, showing the first houses in the town, (in a sunset glow.)Anonymous. [?J. Buckler]

Burton-upon-Trent Bridge and Town: water colour painting

South view from the Derbyshire end of the bridge, showing seven arches. Artist: Anonymous (?J. Buckler.)

Burton-upon-Trent Bridge and Town: water colour painting

South view, from the town end, showing five arches and many buttresses of others. A waterfall is on the right of the bridge and there are wooded hills beyond. Anonymous. [?J. Buckler].

Burton-upon-Trent Town and Bridge

'The East prospect of Burton upon Trent in the County of Stafford.' Shows a thirty-four arched bridge, and the town extended on the far side of the river. Taken from the heights of Stapenhill, on the ...

By the RiverTrent, Burton upon Trent

Lantern slide view of the Parish churchyard by the River Trent, Burton upon Trent. What is now (2010) the Abbey Inn can be seen in the distance. Copyright: Burton Library.

Canal Lock and Bridge, Stockton Brook

In the past, when river transport was a popular means of transport, the Caldon Canal was a busy place. The canal served the Churnet Valley and surrounding districts, and one of the main type of traffic ...

Colwich Church and Oakedge House: water colour painting

'Colwich Church and Oakedge House.' North west view from the fields of There is a large house in the distance on the right and the tree-covered hills of Cannock Chase are in the background. Anonymous, ...

Elford Hall and Rectory: lithograph

Showing the Hall and Rectory with some cottages, viewed over a broad river. Anonymous.

Endon Road, Norton Green

Looking north east along Leek Road (renamed Endon Road) in Norton Green. In the centre of the photograph are the parapets of the bridge which carries the road over the River Trent. To the right is the ...

Endon Road, Norton Green.

Looking north east along Leek Road (renamed Endon Road) as it goes down into the valley of the River Trent. Clifford Avenue is off to the right where the Ford Cortina car is parked. The houses on the ...

Essex Bridge, Great Haywood

There has been a bridge crossing the River Trent at Great Haywood since the sixteenth century. It was rumoured that the bridge was built by the Earl of Essex, to allow Queen Elizabeth I to visit him at ...

Essex Bridge, Great Haywood

There has been a bridge crossing the River Trent at Great Haywood since the sixteenth century. It was rumoured that the bridge was built by the Earl of Essex, to allow Queen Elizabeth I to visit him at ...

Essex Bridge, Great Haywood

There has been a bridge crossing the River Trent at Great Haywood since the sixteenth century. It was rumoured that the bridge was built by the Earl of Essex, to allow Queen Elizabeth I to visit him ...

Essex Bridge, Great Haywood

There has been a bridge crossing the River Trent at Great Haywood since the sixteenth century. It was rumoured that the bridge was built by the Earl of Essex, to allow Queen Elizabeth I to visit him at ...