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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 Tanyard, Ball Haye Road, Leek

This tannery business was started around 1844 by a Mr Booth and carried on by his son Thomas Henry for many years afterwards. In 1879 the tannery was enlarged to accommodate new machinery, but in 1887 ...

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 and Uriah Slack of Church Leigh

Death certificate of Thomas Bennett Slack and the last will and testament of Uriah Slack. Thomas and Uriah Slack lived in Church Leigh, they were both local brick makers. They produced a deep red ...

Thomas Caddy's Grocery Shop, Merrial Street, Newcastle-under-Lyme

Photogragh of Thomas Caddy's grocery shop.

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 ...

Thorn and Co. ironmongers, Gaolgate, Stafford

John and Henry Thorn opened their ironmongers business at 37 Gaolgate in 1867. As well as being furnishing ironmongers, they were agricultural implement dealers, gas fitters, locksmiths, bell hangers ...

Thriller fairground ride by Orton and Spooner, Burton-on-Trent

The ride was made by G. Orton and Sons and C.J. Spooner Ltd. for Silcock Bros.

Throwing rib

Throwing rib made from pottery. A pottery-making tool used for smoothing the outside shape of a pot while it is being thrown. There is a hole to hang the tool up when not in use. Ribs are usually made ...

Throwing Rib.

Throwing rib made from rubber. A pottery-making tool used for smoothing the outside shape of a pot while it is being thrown. Ribs are usually made from pottery, metal or slate and would normally be ...

Throwing Rib.

Thrower's rib made from iron. A hand-held tool used for smoothing the outside shape of a pot while it is being thrown. The thumb hole aids use. Ribs are usually made from pottery, metal or ...

Throwing Rib.

Throwing rib made from rubber. A pottery-making tool used for smoothing the outside shape of a pot while it is being thrown. Ribs are usually made from pottery, metal or slate and would normally be ...

Throwing Rib.

Thrower's rib made from slate. A hand-held tool used for smoothing the outside shape of a pot while it is being thrown. The thumb hole aids use. Ribs are usually made from pottery, metal ...

Throwing Rib.

Throwing rib made of slate. A pottery-making tool used for smoothing the outside shape of a pot while it is being thrown. The thumb hole aids use. Roughly 13cm in length. Ribs are usually ...

Throwing Rib.

Thrower's rib made from slate. A hand held pottery-making tool used for smoothing the outside shape of a pot while it was being thrown. There is a hole to hang the tool up when not in use. Roughly ...

Throwing Rib.

Thrower's rib made from iron. A hand-held tool used for smoothing the outside shape of a pot while it is being thrown. The thumb hole aids use. Ribs are usually made from pottery, metal or ...