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The Old Smithy, Wolverhampton Road, Cannock

This postcard, published by Henry Praill of the "Courier" Office, Cannock, shows the Old Smithy, at the top of Wolverhampton Road, Cannock. George Turner was the blacksmith there for many years.

The Smithy, Crowdecote, near Longnor

Shoeing a horse at the smithy at Crowdecote, Earl Sterndale, Derbyshire (near Longnor, Staffordshire). Included in this image are (from left to right) Sydney Horobin of Crowdecote, Billy Wood of Upper ...

The Smithy, Crowdecote, near Longnor

Backsmith's premises, Crowdecote, Earl Sterndale, Derbyshire (near Longnor, Staffordshire). On the opposite side of the road stood a joiner's and wheelwright's workshop. The 1901 census lists William ...

The Smithy, Hill Ridware

Smithy Cottage stood between the Main Road and School Lane in Hill Ridware, set back from the road between the school and the Royal Oak pub. It was demolished in the early 1960s and replaced by a new ...

The Stores, The Old Smithy, Seisdon

The signboard above the door reads 'E H Burns, Stores'. It was attached to the Old Smithy at Seisdon. At a later date the 'Stores' relocated to larger premises on the opposite side of the road to the ...

The wheelwright's shop, Cotes Heath

Tom Giles' wheelwright's shop which was across the road from the Cotes Heath Farm, on land which eventually became part of Nelson Hall playing fields. Tom Giles, farmer and blacksmith, was born in Farndon, ...

Thomas Fletcher, Blacksmith, Walton on the Hill

Photograph of the village blacksmith Thomas Fletcher in his pony and trap outside the village smithy. Looking on is one of Mr.Fletcher's apprentices, Ben Tooth. Mr. Fletcher would sometimes use his pony ...

Thomas Rock, Blacksmith, Cannock

Thomas Rock at his smithy, Mill Street, Cannock. Among other events the posters on the wall to the right advertise a football match between Hednesford Town and Cannock Town, property sales, and a performance ...

Trentham Smithy

Built in the early 19th century, the Smithy at Trentham features a horseshoe shaped doorway.

Village Green, Lower Leigh

A view of village green at Lower Leigh showing William Emery's smithy to the left and the Police Station to the right. Three blacksmiths can be seen standing on the green and one (possibly William Emery) ...

Village Green, Lower Leigh

A view of village green at Lower Leigh showing William Emery's smithy to the left and the Police Station to the right. The white building at the far end of the green is the Railway Inn. Amongst the group ...

Walton on the Hill Smithy

Mr W.M. Giles, the village blacksmith, shoeing a horse at Walton on the Hill Smithy in the early 1970s.

Woods Family, The Post Office, Walton on the Hill

Samuel Woods, Plumber & Decorator at the rear of the Post Office, Walton on the Hill with his children Bill, Rita and George.