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Burton Bridge

A lantern slide view of an engraving of Burton Bridge from Bearwood Hill on the eastern, Winshill side, showing the old bridge. Burton Bridge is first mentioned in the very early 12th century, but ...

Burton Bridge

A lantern slide view of the old Burton Bridge looking towards the town. Burton Bridge is first mentioned in the very early 12th century, but there may have been a bridge here even earlier than that. ...

Burton in Flood, Burton Bridge and Meadowside Leisure Centre

This view taken from the Bass Water Tower, shows how the flood water has reached the flood defences.

Burton in Flood, Burton Library area

The view from the Bass Water Tower, by the side of Burton Library. The Andressey Bridge and St. Peter's Church can be seen in the distance.

Burton Manor Moat, Stafford,

Burton Manor in Rising Brook was built in 1855 by Francis Whitgreave. Stonework found during excavations from Grey Friars on Foregate Street was incorporated into the house, including the stone cross ...

Burton-upon-Trent - Cotton Mills: pen drawing

'Sketch of the Cotton Mills, River, part of Burton Bridge and Church from the Repton Road.' Artist: John Allport.

Burton-upon-Trent Bridge and Town: engraving

'South prospect of Burton Bridge over the River Trent in Staffordshire, being 503 yards long.' A long strip (etching) showing a bridge of thirty-four or thirty-five regular arches commencing with a ...

Burton-upon-Trent Bridge and Town: pen drawing

'Complete View of Burton Bridge in its whole length, (viz. 1/4 of a mile), from the Ashby road - a very faithful sketch, every door and window of each house seen precisely as represented in 1817. Sinai ...

Burton-upon-Trent Bridge and Town: sepia drawing

South view of the town end of the bridge. Showing the approach to the town and the road leading on to the common. Anonymous. [H. J. Noyes].

Burton-upon-Trent Bridge and Town: sepia drawing

View of the old bridge from the south, looking north east towards the Derbyshire bank. Shows the town stocks on the left and a large house in the middle distance. Artist: J. Buckler.

Burton-upon-Trent Bridge and Town: sepia drawing

'Burton Bridge from the Staffordshire side of the River Trent.' View from the town side of the bridge, showing about twenty-five arches and a large house.'T.P.W.,' [Thomas Peploe Wood].

Burton-upon-Trent Bridge and Town: sepia drawing

South view of the old bridge from the Derbyshire side looking towards the town. Artist: J. Buckler.

Burton-upon-Trent Bridge and Town: tinted lithograph

East view of Burton taken from the river bank. Showing the old bridge on the right, with 16 arches visible, and a large house by the bridge. Also shows several tall chimneys in the town. 'Proof.' ...

Burton-upon-Trent Bridge and Town: water colour painting

North east view of the last six arches of the bridge, showing the first houses in the town, (in a sunset glow.)Anonymous. [?J. Buckler]

Burton-upon-Trent Bridge and Town: water colour painting

South view, from the town end, showing five arches and many buttresses of others. A waterfall is on the right of the bridge and there are wooded hills beyond. Anonymous. [?J. Buckler].

Burton-upon-Trent Bridge and Town: water colour painting

South view from the Derbyshire end of the bridge, showing seven arches. Artist: Anonymous (?J. Buckler.)

Burton-upon-Trent Town and Bridge

'The East prospect of Burton upon Trent in the County of Stafford.' Shows a thirty-four arched bridge, and the town extended on the far side of the river. Taken from the heights of Stapenhill, on the ...

Caldon Canal at Stockton Brook, Stoke-on-Trent

The Caldon Canal in a near derelict state. The road bridge carries the A53, Leek New Road and has been rebuilt and widened since the photograph was taken. Restoration of the canal took place in the 1970s. ...