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Wolseley Bridge: sepia drawing

'Wolseley Bridge, Staffordshire.' Showing a view of the new bridge with three arches, from the meadow below. The inn and houses are shown on the far side of the bridge.'J. Buckler.'

Wolseley Bridge: water colour painting

'Wolseley Bridge.' Showing a ruined bridge over the river Trent, looking towards the high ground of Wolseley Park to the west. The Wolseley Arms Inn is shown on the left and there are thatched cottages ...

Woman and girls on a bridge

A woman and two girls pictured standing on a wooden footbridge, believed to be at Furnace Brook Ford on Longton Hall Road. Please contact us if you recognise this view. This photograph is one of a ...

Woman by a bridge, Woodseaves area

A woman posing for her photograph by a bridge in the Woodseaves area. Please contact us if you recognise the location. Photographer: Harry Osbourne of Woodseaves.

Wood Eaton Bridge, Gnosall

Wood Eaton Bridge, no.29 on the Shropshire Union Canal, From the County Archaeology photograph collection held at Staffordshire Record Office.

Wooden footbridge, Little Haywood

The footbridge carrying Meadow Lane across the Trent at Little Haywood was built in 1830. Previously the river was crossed by a ford, still used by cattle and horse-drawn vehicles after the bridge was ...

Wooden Footbridge, Little Haywood,

The footbridge carrying Meadow Lane across the Trent was built in 1830. Previously the river was crossed by a ford, still used by cattle and horse-drawn vehicles after the bridge was constructed. The ...

Woodhead Colliery Company Bridge, Consall

This wooden bridge carried the double line of a tramway over the River Churnet, Caldon Canal and Churnet Valley Railway. It was used to carry stone from Kingsley Banks to the canal wharf.

Woodhead Colliery Company Bridge, Consall

This wooden bridge carried the double line of a tramway over the River Churnet, Caldon Canal and Churnet Valley Railway. It was used to carry stone from Kingsley Banks to the canal wharf. In the background ...

Workmen, Froghall

Workmen taking a break and looking down onto the Caldon Canal on the bridge. The bridge is on the minor Froghall to Foxt road adjacent to the old warehouse by the picnic area. The bridge is the Western ...

Ye Burton Olde Bridge