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Aerial view of Perton

An aerial view of Perton showing the part built housing estates (right hand side). From 1972 a huge new housing estate was built on the former Perton Airfield site, now with a population of around 12,000. ...

Aerial view of Perton Airfield

An aerial view of Perton Airfield taken from an RAF plane during World War II. Looking west towards Wrottesley Park and beyond to Shropshire. In the foreground bottom right are houses in Tettenhall ...

Aerial view of Perton Airfield

In this RAF aerial photograph the runways can clearly be seen. The hangers, control tower and airfield buildings are on the bottom left of this image. The Princess Irene Brigade training camp can be ...

Aerial view of Seighford Hall

Seighford Hall is an Elizabethan house to which additions were made over the years, particularly during the Victorian period. A brick tower in the grounds was built to look like a church tower. This was ...

Aerial view of St Mary's Church, Stafford,

The Collegiate Church of St. Mary is the parish church of Stafford. The present building is a mixture of genuine medieval and the work of Sir George Gilbert Scott, who restored the church in 1841 - 1844 ...

Aerial View of Stafford Castle,

The castle to the south-west of the town was built in the fourteenth century by Ralph de Stafford, on the site of an earlier Norman wooden castle. In December 1643, during the English Civil War (after ...

Aerial View of Stafford Castle,

The castle to the south-west of the town was built in the fourteenth century by Ralph de Stafford, on the site of an earlier Norman wooden castle. In December 1643, during the English Civil War (after ...

Aerial View of Stafford from St. Mary's Church Tower

View looking towards Greengate Street. The church tower belongs to St. Chad's. The timber framed building in the foreground is the Ancient High House, built in 1595. King Charles I stayed here in ...

Aerial View of Stafford from St. Mary's Church Tower, (2)

In the top left are the new County Buildings on Martin Street, built 1895, with the Borough Hall behind them on Eastgate Street, now the Gatehouse Theatre. In the bottom right is the timber framed ...

Aerial view of Stafford Gas Works

Aerial photograph of Stafford Gas works on Chell Road. The River Sow is on the left of the site. The town's first gas works were built by William Edwards and Co. on this site in 1829. By 1949, when ...

Aerial View of Stafford,

Aerial view taken by R.A.F. 42 Operational Training Unit. In the lower half of the photograph can be seen the River Sow, Tenterbanks and Victoria Park (the tennis courts can be seen on the right). ...

Aerial View of Stafford,

View of Stafford from the south, with Brunswick Terrace and the offices and workshops of the Midlands Electricity Board filling the bottom left hand corner of the image. Friars Terrace is at the middle ...

Aerial View of Stafford,

View of Stafford town centre, looking east. St. Mary's church can be seen in the bottom right, with Greengate and Gaolgate Streets running across the centre. Copyright and ownership of this image ...

Aerial view of the BT Technical Training College.

The General Post Office Engineering Department Central Training School opened in Yarnfield in 1946. It occupied buildings at Howard Hall, Duncan Hall and Beatty Hall, which had all acted as transit camps ...

Aerial view of the Doxey Road area, Stafford

Doxey Road runs diagonally across the top of this view, with North Castle Street running parallel. Castle Street is bottom left and Jerningham Street top right. The area of open ground top right is ...

Aerial view of the Spread Eagle public house, Gailey

A view looking north east over the Spread Eagle public house at Gailey Roundabout on the A449/A5 junction. Photograph taken by David Welch the pilot, from a Cessna 150 aeroplane.

Aerial View of the Stables, Tixall Hall, (1)

The semi-circular coach house and stables were built in the early nineteenth century. Designed by John Ireland the stables were built with higher pavilions at each end and a three-bay Gothic porch in ...

Aerial View of the Stables, Tixall Hall, (2)

The semi-circular coach house and stables were built in the early nineteenth century. Designed by John Ireland the stables were built with higher pavilions at each end and a three-bay Gothic porch in ...