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Hauling timber, Cannock area

This huge tree trunk is possibly en-route to Wootton's sawmill and timber yard at Churchbridge, Cannock. Born in Bloxwich in 1853, by the 1870s Abraham Wootton, junior had premises on the corner of ...

High Street, Burton-upon-Trent

A view of High Street in Burton-upon-Trent, with Barnaby's Bar to the right.

High Street, Newcastle-under-Lyme

Taken in 1895 this early photgraph shows the High Street and Guildhall in Newcastle-under-Lyme. The area in the centre of the picture is cobbled and horses and carts can be seen, some carts acting as ...

Hixon Railway Station,

The North Staffordshire Railway Station at Hixon opened in 1849, and closed in January 1947. The level Crossing was where New Road crosses the railway.

Horse and cart, Hawthornden Close, Uttoxeter

Mr Rushton is pictured here delivering fruit and vegetables with his horse and cart, to houses in Hawthornden Close, Uttoxeter. He used to deliver once a week.

Horsley Bros, horse drawn wagon, Stafford

Horsley Bros, House Furnuishers & Removal Contractors were founded as a partnership in 1895. This image shows their first wagon. This photograph is on display in the office at Horsleys, which is still ...

Hubank's delivery, Hickman Street, Newcastle-under-Lyme

The Hubank's delivery van is seen here being loaded up with fruit and vegetables in Hickman Street. William Hubank and Son were a greengrocers and florists and, at the time of this photograph, had two ...

Huntley Earthworks. Photographed by William Blake.

Landscape including a view of the earthworks at Huntley, Staffordshire. Taken on April 27th 1933.

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 ...

International Lorry, Fradswell

An ‘International’ Lorry driven by Joe Fisher and owned by Ernald Upton, a milk haulier based at Tally Ho Garage, Fradswell near Stafford.

J J West, Crate makers, Navigation Road, Middleport

J J West & Sons were crate makers for the pottery industry, operating a crate yard in Navigation Road alongside the short Burslem Branch Canal. This was a short (1/2 mile) branch coming off the Trent ...

James Plant, Stafford

James Plant, currier and leather merchant of Eastgate Street, Stafford.

Jenkins Bros., China and Earthenware Merchants delivery lorry, Stone

A 2 ton Ford loaded for Preston fair in 1936. The lorry was purchased new from Lloyds of Stafford, and was used to carry material for 16 Munitions Unit and the Royal Ordinance Factory at Swynnerton around ...

John Johnson's milk float, Rugeley

Photograph of a milk float belonging to John Johnson's Sheepwash dairy, on The Birches milk round. From left to right: Lil Flackett, Patch the Horse and Ada Johnson.

Johnson's Buses, Church Street, Audley

Johnson's Buses are pictured filled with people ready for the off outside Carryer's pawnbrokers shop. A Jeweller's can be seen on the right hand side of this photograph.

Longton Road, Rough Close. Photographed by William Blake.

Street scene taken at Longton Road, Rough Close, Nr. Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire. The Swynnerton Arms public house and a horse and cart can be seen in the distance.

Lorry on bridge, Cemetery Road, Willenhall

Brevitt Carrier's canvas-topped lorry is crossing the Cemetery Road railway bridge in Willenhall. This is very close to he photographer's family printing business in Moat street: Alfred Cartwright & ...

Market Street, Hednesford

Postcard view taken from the bottom of Church Hill. The shop in the right foregound was George Blagg and Son, Ironmongers since the 1870s, which finally closed its doors in 2003. It had a yard and warehouse ...