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Mary Howitt's house, Balance Street, Uttoxeter

The home of Mary Howitt on Balance Street, Uttoxeter. The writer Mary Howitt, perhaps best known for her poem 'The Spider and the Fly' but also one of the first people to write children's books, came ...

Nash Cottage, Acton Trussell

Nash Cottage in Nash Lane , Acton Trussell with the Nash family in the foreground. The cottage was demolished around 1974 to be replaced with new houses. The Nash family included Ephraim Nash and ...

Outing, Codsall Women's Institute

Codsall Women's Institute pictured on a trip to the Cotswolds. Nancy Johnson far right, Christine Hommers 2nd from right.

Plan of Lansdowne Avenue estate, Codsall

This plan features Lansdowne Avenue that was one of Codsall’s first private housing schemes. This shows the land around the Pines marked out into building plots in 1891. Surveyor: T.J. Barnett

Portrait outside house, Woodseaves area

A couple and their dog pictured outside a house. The location and people are unidentified, but it is believed to have been taken in the Woodseaves area. Please let us know if you recognise the house. Photographer: ...

Railway at Stafford

A view of the Trent Valley Junction. The signalbox is in the process of being demolished. To the left can be seen Dinham's Wagon Repair Works.

Ravenhill House, Brereton

Ravenhill House was built, on the site of an earlier building, sometime between 1772 and 1787 by Assheton Curzon (later Viscount Curzon) of Hagley Hall, Rugeley . It was leased from Curzon in 1787 to ...

Siemens factory and the Hough sports ground, Stafford,

Tinted postcard of Siemen's engineering works from the cricket ground at The Hough, near Lichfield Road; on the right is the cricket pavilion (now replaced by a purpose-built telephone exchange) and to ...

The Billiard Room, Biddulph Grange

A lithograph print of the Billiard Room and Fernery at Biddulph Grange, by Kell Brothers of Holborn, London. It was produced to accompany the Sale Catalogue of 1871 and published by Edward and Henry ...

The Tanner family and friends, Fazeley House, Fazeley

Rev. Robert Henry Tanner, Vicar of Fazeley from 1869 to 1909, pictured with his wife, daughters and step-daughters from his wife's first marriage. They are pictured with friends in the garden of the Fazeley ...

The Tanner family, Fazeley House, Fazeley

Rev. Robert Henry Tanner, Vicar of Fazeley from 1869 to 1909 (standing back left), pictured with his wife, his children, and his older step-daughters from his wife's first marriage. They are pictured ...

The Tanner family, Fazeley House, Fazeley

Rev. Robert Henry Tanner, Vicar of Fazeley from 1869 to 1909, pictured with his wife, daughters and step-daughters from his wife's first marriage. They are pictured in the garden of Fazeley House off ...

Tixall House, Tixall

This postcard view of Tixall House was sent with “every Good Wish for Christmas from all at Tixall”. Tixall House is an early 19th century Grade II listed building. It was franked in Stafford on 24 December ...

Waterfall, Alton Towers

This waterfall flows below the the Memorial to the 15th Earl of Shrewsbury in the ornamental gardens at Alton Towers. The Memorial was erected in about 1830 by his nephew John, the 16th Earl.

Woodseaves area

The rear of an unidentified house in the Woodseaves area in Staffordshire. This is one of a group of photographs taken at this house, some of which show a young boy and a woman in the garden. If you ...

Wood-sorrel, or Oxalis acetosella

This common perennial occurrs in woods and hedgebanks, growing up to 15cm and flowering between April and June. This specimen was found in Cuckoo Cage Woods, Tatenhill, by local naturalist Don Brown ...