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Bog Asphodel or narthecium ossifragum

Bog Asphodel is a locally found perennial in the acid moorland bogs. Flowering between July and September, it can grow to height of 30cm. This example was found growing at Quarnford by Eric Edees. About ...

Bog Lane bridge and brook, Lightwood

Bog Lane was later known as Woodpark Lane.

Bog Lane bridge, Lightwood, Longton

Photograph taken from the south-west, looking towards Longton. Bog Lane was later known as Woodpark Lane.

Bolehall Tape Mill, Tamworth

An exterior view of the Bole Hall Tape Mill, Tamworth with the River Anker in the foreground. Bolehall Mill produced tapes and webbing. The building was established as a shoe factory in the 1850s, ...

Boltons Copper Works, Frog Hall, Kingsley

Thomas Bolton & Sons set up a copper works at nearby Oakamoor in 1852-3. By 1890 there was no more room for expansion at Oakamoor so they began building at Froghall. Major extensions followed in the 1930s, ...

Bolton's Copper Works, Froghall, Kingsley

Thomas Bolton & Sons set up a copper works at nearby Oakamoor in 1852-3. By 1890 there was no more room for expansion at Oakamoor so they began building at Froghall. Major extensions followed in the 1930s, ...

Bourne Brook, Fazeley

The Bourne Brook close to Drayton Manor, near Fazeley.

Bradwell Woods and Fowlea Brook, Tunstall

Looking south west over the Fowlea Brook towards the higher ground of Bradwell Woods. The photograph was taken from near the end of Watergate Street by Copp Lane. Running across the centre is the main ...

Branched Bur-reed or sparganium erectum

Branched Bur-reed is a perennial of shallow waters such as canals, ponds and lakes. Flowering between June and August, it can grow up to a height of 1.5m. It has distinct male and female flower heads ...

Brick bridge, Fairway, Stafford

The original brick bridge over the River Sow on Fairway was replaced in the early 1960's. This photograph shows the bridge during winter floods.

Bridge and weir, unknown location

This photograph has been wrongly identified as showing Elford Bridge over the River Tame. Please contact us if you recognise the location of the bridge and weir in this image.

Bridge on River Stour, Kinver

Bridge over the River Dove, Tutbury

The present Tutbury Bridge was built around 1817. Beyond can be seen the bridge for the railway line which linked Tutbury Plaster Mill to the North Staffordshire Railway branch line between Uttoxeter ...

Bridge over the River Sow, Doxey Road, Stafford

Looking south west along the River Sow from Doxey Road. The houses in the background stand on South Street and Castle Street. The River Sow rises to the south of Loggerheads. The Sow is joined by ...

Broad Eye Windmill and River Sow, Stafford,

Photograph taken from South Street. Broad Eye corn mill was built in 1796 using stones taken from the Old Town Hall (now replaced by the Shire Hall). The miller lived in a house next door. In ...

Broad-leaved Pondweed or potamogeton natans

Broad-leaved Pondweed is a perennial of ponds, lakes, rivers, canals and other areas of shallow water. Flowering between May and September, its stem can grow up to 1m in length. This example was ...

Brookside floods, Rolleston

The Alder brook in flood at Brookside, Rolleston.

Brookside, Rolleston

A view of Brookside, Rolleston-on-Dove from the south east. The three storey building on the left is Brookside Farm, a Grade II listed early 19th century farmhouse. From the County Archaeology photograph ...