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Cutting corn, Whitmore

Dick Latham driving a Massey-Harris combine harvester, cutting corn at Church Farm, Whitmore.

Cutting oats, the Allotment Gardens, Alstonefield

From left to right: Ernest Adams, Jim Bailey and Herbert Wood, holding a scythe. Mr Wood grew oats on the Allotment Gardens, a plot of land of about a third of an acre which was formerly 4 allotments. ...

Dairy workers, Home Farm, Hales

Three milkers at Home Farm, Hales standing in a doorway. John Goodwin, centre, 70 years old, had been at Hales for many years. Margaret Gray and Irene Taft are Women's Land Army girls. All three wear ...

Davey Sleep Balance Plough

A horse-drawn single furrow balance or 'turnwrest' plough, manufactured by Davey Sleep and Co. Ltd., Plymouth, Devon. The balance plough was designed to reduce the amount of space needed to turn round. ...

Davey Sleep steerage hoe

A Davey Sleep horse-drawn two row steerage hoe. It was used to weed between rows of growing crops and was only useable with crops grown in straight rows with a seed drill. One labourer would lead the ...

Draycott. Photographed by William Blake.

Village scene taken at Draycott, Staffordshire. The photograph includes farming machinery.

Excavating the mill wheel, White Barn Farm, Shugborough

Members of Staffordshire Industrial Archaeology Society excavating the iron mill wheel which drove a water powered threshing machine at White Barn Farm on the Shugborough Estate. White Barn was built ...

F.H. Burgess, agricultural engineers, Eccleshall

Staff at Burgess's Eccleshall showroom. From left to right: unknown (a sales representative for Case IH), Tim Wakelin, unknown (Case IH sales rep), unknown (Case IH sales rep), Ian Whiteman, Pat Trevor, ...

F.H. Burgess, agricultural engineers, Eccleshall

A name plate from an agricultural implement made or supplied by Frederick H. Burgess, Stafford Street, Eccleshall. Frederick H. Burgess founded his ironmongers and agricultural implement business in ...

F.H. Burgess, agricultural engineers, Stafford

A name plate formerly attached to an agricultural machine or implement. It reads: "For best results / F.H. Burgess / Stafford, Eccleshall / Wolverhampton & Newcastle / officially recommends / White Rose ...

Factory interior, Bamford's, Uttoxeter

Cast iron parts for agricultural machinery in storage bins at Bamford's works, Pinfold Street, Uttoxeter. Bamfords was founded in Uttoxeter in 1871 by Henry Bamford and made water pumps, taps and agricultural ...

Factory interior, Bamford's, Uttoxeter

Interior view of Bamford's works, Pinfold Street, Uttoxeter. Bamfords was founded in Uttoxeter in 1871 by Henry Bamford and made water pumps, taps and agricultural machinery at the Leighton Works on ...

Farm Machinery, County Show, Hopton,

Staffordshire Agricultural Society's annual County Show was originally held at various sites around the county. The first show at Stone was in 1844. Since 1958 the County Show has been held at the ...

Farm staff at Meadley's Farm, Pattingham

From left to right: Jack James, Tom Oliver, Pat Curtis, Gunter Jonat, Barry Smith, Mick Curtis, Jack Pritchard, Rosemary Adams.

Ferguson Tractor, Ploughing Match, Tixall,

Fordson Tractor, Ploughing Match, Tixall,

Fordson tractors, A.J. Fryer, Uttoxeter

Ten Fordson tractors in field with a lorry belonging to A.J. Fryer at the rear loaded with another tractor. The lorry has headlamp dimmers for blackout requirements. This photograph taken as advertisement ...

Foundry, Bamfords works, Uttoxeter

A group of visiting students watching worker pouring molten metal into a mould at the foundry of Bamford's works, Pinfold Street, Uttoxeter. Photographer: Gerald McCann of High Street, Uttoxeter.