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Earl Street, Stafford, (2)

The building in the centre was the headquarters of the County Library. On the left is Thomasson's dentists surgery.

Electricity showrooms, Church Street, Tamworth

The angular design of this building indicates that it was built in the Art Deco style, a very popular style in the 1920s-1930s. The building was built as an Electricity showrooms and was known as TADESCO ...

Electricity sub-station at Wilnecote, Tamworth

Tamworth 132kV Electricity Sub-Station under construction at Wilnecote. A Charles Creighton crane is lifting pipework . The signs on the transformer read: 'Yorkshire Electric Transformer Co. Ltd. Dewsbury.' ...

Electricity Wiring and Generating Plant, Stafford,

Interior view of the electrical wiring and generation plant which opened on Bull Hill in 1895. Note the Electrical Engineer John Somerville Highfield on the left and manual worker on the right.

Electricity Works, Stafford,

The electricity works on Bull Hill opened in 1895. The low building to the right of the three-windowed house still exists on the corner of Chell Road. The chimney was demolished in May 1966.

Engine House, Front View, Gypsum Works, Stowe-by-Chartley,

Gypsum is a source of plaster of Paris and was mined at the Normanwood Gypsum Mine at Hixon. The shaft was near Stowe. Gypsum was sent from Normanwood to London to make castings, particularly for dentists. ...

Engine House, Rear View, Gypsum Works, Stowe-by-Chartley,

Gypsum is a source of plaster of Paris and was mined at the Normanwood Gypsum Mine at Hixon. The shaft was near Stowe. Gypsum was sent from Normanwood to London to make castings, particularly for dentists. ...

Enginehouse, Milford Waterworks,

The waterworks pumping station was built at Milford in 1890. The reservoirs situated on the top of the Satnall Hills supplied water to Stafford and its surrounding districts.

English Electric Co. at Meaford Power Station

A visit by the English Electric Co. Stafford, Engineering Society, to Meaford Generating Station. Pictured in this group is Walter F. Palmer. He is above the 'E' of Electric in the middle row of three, ...

English Electric Co., M.R.I. St Leonards Works, Stafford

A view of the the Boiler House at St Leonards Works, known as the M.R.I. (Meters, Relays and Instruments) in St Leonards Avenue, Stafford. St Leonard’s Works in Stafford was originally built in the ...

Etruria from the Canal, Stoke-on-Trent

The Trent and Mersey Canal, looking towards Etruria. The two gasometers that dominate the skyline in this photograph were both dismantled by 1991. The left hand tow path is now part of the Festival Park ...

Etruria Gas Works, Stoke on Trent

Overview of Etruria Gas Works with Stoke-on-Trent beyond. The gas works opened in 1904. The large gas holder back left was dismantled in 1991.

Etruria Gas Works, Stoke-on-Trent

A view from North Street towards Etruria gasworks. Etruria gas works opened in 1904 to produce town gas and was owned by the City of Stoke-on-Trent Gas department from 1922 until the industry was nationalised ...

Etruria Road, Shelton, Stoke-on-Trent

View of Etruria from Etruria Road, Shelton. The two large gasometers seen in the background were demolished in 1986.

Etruria Road, Shelton, Stoke-on-Trent

Snowy scene of Etruria from Etruria Road, Shelton. The two large gasometers seen in the background were demolished in 1986.

Etruria Station, Stoke-on-Trent

The view from Etruria Station looking south along the up line. On the left are the gas holders of Etruria gasworks. The train of tankers is heading towards Stoke. Etruria Station opened in 1848 by ...

Etruria, Stoke on Trent

Photograph taken looking east from Hartshill. Note the allotment gardens in the foreground.

Fair, Market Square, Stafford,

Henry III granted the first annual fair to Stafford in 1261. Fairs had two sides - trade and pleasure. People would travel from a wide area to visit the fairs, which often filled the town's main streets. By ...