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Guildhall, High Street, Newcastle-under-Lyme

A view of the rear of the Guildhall, looking down the High Street. The Guildhall was built in 1713 and has undergone a number of changes. Originally the ground floor was open and was used for markets, ...

Guildhall, Newcastle-under-Lyme: engraving

'Newcastle.' Showing the Guildhall and the market in High Street. 'J. A. Hammersley, del., [drawn]; Geo. Greatbach, sc., [engraved]; Published October 1, 1843, by W. Dean, Stoke-on-Trent.'

Guildhall, Stafford,

The Guildhall on Market Square was designed by Charles Trubshaw and built in 1853. It housed the Borough Council, the courts and on the ground floor was a police station. The entrance to the market ...

Haling Grove , Penkridge

Haling Grove or Haling Dene stands on the south side of Cannock Road. It was built in about 1840 and later became offices of Cannock Rural District Council.

Hanley Town Hall

This view from Pall Mall into Albion Street and Albion Square is dominated by Hanley Town Hall. Bagnall Street runs off to the right alongside the hall leading to the adjoining Victoria Hall. The Hanley ...

High Street, Eccleshall,

View taken from the Castle Street and Stafford Street crossroads. The timber framed building on the right is the Market Hall (built in 1884) which replaced the Old Market Hall and was constructed to ...

High Street, Eccleshall,

The timber framed building on the right is the Market Hall (built in 1884) which replaced the Old Market Hall and was constructed to the same design. Later used as a reading room, and briefly rented ...

High Street, Eccleshall,

View of High Street from the junction with Stafford Street and Castle Street. The building on the right, with the portico, is the old Market Hall. It was demolished in 1884 to make way for the present ...

High Street, Newcastle-under-Lyme

The tram lines visible in the centre of this photograph give the date of pre 1928, when the trams were removed from Newcastle. On the far right hand side can be seen the shop of W. Parton, a professional ...

High Street, Newcastle-under-Lyme

Taken in 1913 this photograph shows the Guildhall and market place on the High Street in Newcastle-under-Lyme. The tall building facing the camera in the background on the righthand side of the picture ...

High Street, Newcastle-under-Lyme

The tall building on the left hand side of this photograph was the original covered Market Hall. The Hall was built in 1854, in order to supplement the portable street markets that took place outside, ...

High Street, Newcastle-under-Lyme

This is a very interesting view of the High Street as it is much changed today. The Police station is the white building to the right of the Guildhall. This station opened in 1834, for Newcastle's first ...

High Street, Stone

A view of the High Street, looking south towards Lichfield Street. On the left is the Red Lion public house and the cast iron canopy of the Town Hall.

High Street, Stone

A postcard published by Valentine & Sons, postmarked 1 November 1961. A view looking north on the High Street. On the right hand side are the Town Hall and Cinema, the Red Lion public house (with ...

High Street, Stone,

View of High Street, looking towards Market Square. The road surface was rough, with ruts made by horse-drawn vehicles. In the summer the council sprayed the road with water to keep the dust down. On ...

Horse-drawn Police Van, Stafford,

Policemen outside the Shire Hall, Market Street, awaiting prisoners convicted at the assizes. Note the Royal Cipher of Edward VII on the side of the police van.

Horticultural Show, Shire Hall, Stafford

Displays at a horticultural show held in the Great Hall at the Shire Hall, Market Square, Stafford. Featured is James A. Heap's display of chrysanthemums. He was tenant at Shugborough Walled Garden ...

Inauguration of the trams in the Ironmarket, Newcastle-under-Lyme

This photograph shows the inauguration of the first tram service to reach Newcastle. The service was run by the Potteries Electric Traction Company. All of the companies tram's were single-deckers, like ...