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Anchor Road, Adderley Green. Photographed by William Blake.

Street scene with a view of Anchor road, Adderley Green, Nr. Longton, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire. The left hand turning is Gladstone Street, which is now called Bambury Street. The Railway Hotel ...

Ancient High House, Stafford

The large timber framed building is the Ancient High House on Greengate Street, built by Richard Dorrington in 1595. The timber was said to have come from Doxey Wood, near Stafford Castle. King Charles ...

Ancient High House, Stafford,

View of the Ancient High House on Greengate Street, built by Richard Dorrington in 1595. King Charles I stayed here in September 1642, whilst on a recruiting drive during the Civil War. His nephew, ...

Ancient High House, Stafford,

View of the High House on Greengate Street, from St. Mary's Gate. The High House was built by Richard Dorrington in 1595. The timber was said to have come from Doxey Wood, near Stafford Castle. King ...

Ancient High House, Stafford,

View of the Ancient High House on Greengate Street, built by Richard Dorrington in 1595. On the right is Brookfield's tailors which until the early twentieth century was occupied by W. Wynne, a bootmaker. In ...

Ancient High House, Stafford,

The High House was built on Greengate Street by Richard Dorrington in 1595. The timber was said to have come from Doxey Wood, near Stafford Castle. King Charles I stayed here in September 1642, whilst ...

Anglesey Hotel, Hednesford

The Anglesey Hotel, Hednesford viewed from Market Street. It was built in 1831 by Edmund Peel of Tamworth, son of Sir Robert Peel of Drayton Manor; brother to Robert, sometime British Prime Minister. ...

Anglesey Hotel, Market Street, Hednesford

A bus waits outside the Anglesey Hotel on Market Street. The Anglesey Hotel was built in 1831 by Edmund Peel of Tamworth, son of Sir Robert Peel of Drayton Manor; brother to Robert, sometime British Prime ...

Anson Court, Burton-upon-Trent

Part of Anson Court, Burton-upon-Trent, a refurbishment of mediæval and later buildings. Restoration and redevelopment of this site began in 1990. The site consists of the Grade II listed buildings ...

Anson Street, Rugeley

A postcard view of Anson Street, Rugeley with many schoolchildren posing for the photograph. They may have been pupils at the Grammar School which was at the far end of this road. The houses on the right ...

Anson Street, Rugeley

This postcard view looks northeast along Anson Street to the tower of St. Augustine’s church in the distance. The building on the left is Rugeley Police Station. This postcard was published by G. ...

Appleby's Butcher's Shop, High Street, Burton-on-Trent

View of a half-timbered butcher's shop with a line of rabbits hanging outside. For most of the 20th century the building was a retail outlet run by Herratts selling fancy goods and knitting wool. In ...

Aqualate Hall on Fire

The original Aqualate Hall was built for Edwin Skrymsher in the early seventeenth century. Sir John Boughey bought the house in the late eighteenth century and commissioned John Nash to rebuild it in ...

Armistice Day, Stone

Service and civic parade in front of the War Memorial on Granville Square, Armistice Day. The Stone War Memorial on Granville Square was unveiled on 10 January 1921 by Lord Dartmouth, Lord Lieutenant ...

Armitage Church - South Doorway: sepia drawing

'South Doorway of Armitage Church, Staffordshire,' showing a very elaborate Norman doorway of three orders, decorated with chevrons and masks etc.'J. C. Buckler.'

Armitage Churchyard Cross

This view of a Cross in Armitage Churchyard is taken from a glass negative. The Cross is a replica made from Norman fragments. It was given to Armitage Church around 1845-1847 by Josiah Spode at the ...

Armoury Tower, Alton Towers

The Armoury Tower and main entrance to Alton Towers. On the right is the Chapel. Alton Towers was the home of the Talbot family, Earls of Shrewsbury. It was built between about 1810 and 1852. This tower ...

Arnold Bennett's House and Museum, Cobridge, Stoke-upon-Trent

The house at 205 Waterloo Road, Cobridge that was once the home of Potteries writer Arnold Bennett and later, for a short time, the Arnold Bennett Museum. Arnold Bennett's father, Enoch, who was a solicitor, ...