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Essex Bridge, Great Haywood

Postcard postmarked 28 February 1912.

Essex Bridge, Great Haywood

A lantern slide view of the Essex Bridge looking from Great Haywood towards the Shugborough estate. There has been a bridge crossing the River Trent at Great Haywood since the sixteenth century. It was ...

Essex Bridge, Great Haywood

Photograph of the Essex Bridge taken in April 1998 after heavy rain. The meeting of the River Sow and River Trent can be seen through the two left hand arches. The River Sow is on the left. There has ...

Essex Bridge, Great Haywood

There has been a bridge crossing the River Trent at Great Haywood since the sixteenth century. It was rumoured that the bridge was built by the Earl of Essex, to allow Queen Elizabeth I to visit him ...

Essex Bridge, Great Haywood

Postcard postmarked 18 July 1906.

Essex Bridge, Great Haywood

Post card view of the Essex Bridge over the river Trent at Great Haywood. There has been a bridge crossing the River Trent at Great Haywood since the sixteenth century. It was rumoured that the bridge ...

Essex Bridge, Great Haywood

There has been a bridge crossing the River Trent at Great Haywood since the sixteenth century. It was rumoured that the bridge was built by the Earl of Essex, to allow Queen Elizabeth I to visit him at ...

Essex Bridge, Great Haywood

There has been a bridge crossing the River Trent at Great Haywood since the sixteenth century. It was rumoured that the bridge was built by the Earl of Essex, to allow Queen Elizabeth I to visit him at ...

Essex Bridge, Shugborough

There has been a bridge crossing the River Trent at Great Haywood since the sixteenth century. It was rumoured that the bridge was built by the Earl of Essex, to allow Queen Elizabeth I to visit him ...

Ferry Bridge, Burton-upon-Trent

Ferry Bridge was built by the Burton firm of Thornewill & Warham for pedestrians and was opened on 3 April 1889. This Image is from a collection of photographs of Burton upon Trent commissioned and assembled ...

Ferry on the River Trent, Burton upon Trent

Lantern slide view of the ferry crossing the River Trent between Burton town and Stapenhill. In the distance can be seen the Stapenhill Ferry House. The ferry struggled to meet with demand and in 1889 ...

Ferrybridge, Burton-upon-Trent

A view of Ferrybridge taken from the Stapenhill (east) bank of the River Trent. To the right can be seen the tower of St Peter's church, Stapenhill, built 1880-1 by Evans & Jolly of Nottingham. Ferrybridge ...

Ferrybridge, Burton upon Trent

A lantern slide view of Ferrybridge over the River Trent in flood. Ferrybridge was built by the Burton firm of Thornewill & Warham and opened in April 1889. Copyright: Burton Library.

Ferrybridge, Burton upon Trent

A lantern slide view of the last boat across the River Trent before the bridge was opened. Ferrybridge was built by the Burton firm of Thornewill & Warham and opened in April 1889. Copyright: Burton ...

Fishing in the River Trent, Shugborough Park,

Fishing on the weir, Burton upon Trent

Lantern slide view of boys fishing on the weir on the River Trent. Beyond can be seen a cricket match taking place on the meadows, with Stapenhill church tower far right. Copyright Burton Library

Floodgates on the River Trent: pen and sepia drawing

'Heywood (sic) Floodgates on the River Trent.' Showing an expanse of water on the right, and a road alongside it on the left. Artist: Thomas Peploe Wood.

Flooding in fields, Darlaston Park, Stone

Photograph of flooded fields by the A51 at where the River Trent flows through Darlaston Park, near Stone.