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Bank Street, Heath Hayes

A view of Bank Street, Heath Hayes with what are now numbers 77, 79 and 81 Bank Street on the right. The houses are now rendered in white, but the doors and windows of the two left-hand buildings can ...

Bargate House, Brewood

Bargate House is a mid 18th century brick-built house standing on Bargate Street.

Bargate Street, Brewood

Bargate Street, looking towards the village centre. Just before the Bridge Inn can be seen the bridge over the Shropshire Union canal.

Bargate Street, Brewood

Terrace of houses (numbers 1 to 4) on Bargate Street.

Barlaston War Memorial

War memorial on the green at Barlaston commemorating the fallen of two world wars.The building in the background formerly served as Barlaston Library.

Barn at Hilltop Farm, Great Saredon

Barn at Upper Cheadle Grange, Cheadle

Barton under Needwood

Barton-under-Needwood is a large village, situated between Burton-upon-Trent and Lichfield just of the A38, the Roman road called Ryknild Street. It was formerly part of the parish of Tatenhill. In the ...

Basford Bank, Etruria Road, Basford, Stoke-on-Trent

A postcard of Basford dated 29th September 1905. The photograph was taken from the top of Basford Bank looking down Etruria Road, towards Etruria and Hanley. The Queens Hotel can be seen in the centre ...

Bathpool Cottages , Whittington, near Kinver

Bedford Cottage , Wheaton Aston

Bedford Cottage is a 17th century timber-framed building.

Beech Village,

Belgrave Road, Dresden. Photographed by William Blake.

Street scene taken at Belgrave Road, Dresden, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire. This is one of many street scenes in the Blake Collection. Most of them were taken in the Normacot and Dresden areas near ...

Bellbrook Cottage, Penkridge

A late 15th century timber-framed cottage, possibly the oldest domestic building in Penkridge. The gable ends have been rebuilt in brick.


Betley, once described as “one of the smallest and pleasantest market towns in the county” is situated on the borders of Cheshire, six miles north west of Newcastle–under-Lyme. Originally it was in the ...


Biddulph lies in a valley formed by the Biddulph Brook in the north west of Staffordshire on the county’s boundary with Cheshire. The name Biddulph or Bidolf is Anglo- Saxon and originally means ‘by ...

Biddulph Old Hall Entrance. Photographed by William Blake.

View of the entrance to Biddulph Old Hall, Nr. Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire.

Biddulph Old Hall. Photographed by William Blake.

Biddulph Old Hall, Nr. Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire.