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Royal Brine Baths and Green Bridge, Stafford,

In the 1880s a thick bed of salt was discovered on Stafford Common, during the search for a water supply for the town. This led to the opening of the Brine Baths in Greengate Street in 1892, designed ...

Royal Brine Baths, Stafford

A view of the Royal Brine Baths with the River Sow in the foreground. In the 1880s a thick bed of salt was discovered on Stafford Common, during the search for a water supply for the town. This led ...

Royal Brine Baths, Stafford

Brass lettering on the side of the Royal Brine Baths. In the 1880s a thick bed of salt was discovered on Stafford Common, during the search for a water supply for the town. This led to the opening ...

Royal Brine Baths, Stafford

In the 1880s a thick bed of salt was discovered on Stafford Common, during the search for a water supply for the town. This led to the opening of the Brine Baths in Greengate Street in 1892, designed ...

Shugborough - 'Athenian' Architecture: water colour painting

'Tixall [in pencil] from Shugborough.' Showing a general view with the Orangery on the right, mock ruins in the centre, and Tixall Hall and stabling behind, beyond the River Sow. Anonymous, [S. Shaw.]...

Shugborough Hall, Front Elevation,

Shugborough is the ancestral home of the Anson family, who were later created the Earls of Lichfield. The central block of the house was built in 1693. Thomas Wright of Durham designed the pavilions ...

Shugborough Hall, Milford

Shugborough is the ancestral home of the Anson family, who were later created the Earls of Lichfield. The central block of the house was built in 1693. Thomas Wright of Durham designed the pavilions ...

Shugborough Park and Hall

Postcard view of Shugborough Park and Hall viewed across the meadows from the bank of the River Trent. . Postcard published by Raphael Tuck and sons.

Shugborough Park and Monuments

An extensive view of the Park at Shugborough in the mid-late 18th century. Some of the monuments and follies in this view still remain: the Tower of the Winds, built 1764-5; the Triumphal Arch built ...

Shugborough Park and Monuments,

Shugborough is the ancestral home of the Anson family, who were later created the Earls of Lichfield. In the late eighteenth century, Thomas Anson, a convert to neo-classicism, commissioned James 'Athenian' ...

South Walls, Stafford

This collection of pictures has been joined together to form a panoramic birds-eye view which was taken looking south from the top of the Wedgwood building, Tipping Street, Stafford. Top left on the ...

South Walls, Stafford

This bird's-eye view was taken looking south from the top of the Wedgwood building, Tipping Street, Stafford. Top left shows a glimpse of the former Sun Smithfield cattle market which was replaced ...

St. Thomas' Mill, Overflow, Stafford,

St. Thomas' Mill was built on the site of a medieval priory which was dedicated to St. Thomas Becket. The priory was broken up during the Dissolution. In 1765 the property passed to the ancestors ...

St. Thomas Mill, Stafford

St. Thomas' Mill was built on the site of a medieval priory which was dedicated to St. Thomas Becket. The priory was broken up during the Dissolution. In 1765 the property passed to the ancestors ...

St. Thomas Mill, Stafford

St. Thomas' Mill was built on the site of a medieval priory which was dedicated to St. Thomas Becket. The priory was broken up during the Dissolution. In 1765 the property passed to the ancestors ...

St. Thomas' Mill, Stafford

St. Thomas' Mill was built on the site of a medieval priory which was dedicated to St. Thomas Becket. The priory was broken up during the Dissolution. In 1765 the property passed to the ancestors ...

Stafford - Bridge: sepia drawing

'The Bridge at Stafford.' Showing Green Bridge with one arch, and the houses on Bridge Street beyond. Artist: J. Buckler.

Stafford - Hollyford Bridge, Milford: sepia drawing

'Hollyford Bridge, Milford,' showing three arches. There is a wagon passing over the bridge, and Cannock Chase is visible in the distance.Anonymous, [Thomas Peploe Wood.]