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Wheelwright's lean-tos, Tatenhill

Wheelwright's shop, Tatenhill

Mr Clarke's wheelwright's workshop at the Hawthorns, Main Road, Tatenhill.

Wheelwright's workshop, Bagot Street, Abbots Bromley

Exterior view of Bradbury's wheelwrights workshop, Abbots Bromley, looking towards Bagot Street. The forge is in the foreground and the workshop behind. George F. Bradbury Senior bought the wheelwright's ...

Wheelwright's yard, Biddulph

Warren's wheelwright's yard, workmen and a cart, Congleton Road, Biddulph. In the background can be seen a steam traction engine.

Wheelwrights, Coton Hayes, Milwich,

Thomas Foster's wheelwrights shop at Coton Hayes.

Wheelwrights, Stone

Mr Ravenscroft was a wheelwright, blacksmith and coffin maker. He is pictured here at his workshop on Crown Street, and lived opposite in Forge House.

Wheelwrights, Wetwood, near Eccleshall

Johnson and Boulton, wheelwrights, carpenters and undertakers pictured with family members outside their workshop at Wetwood, near Eccleshall.

Whitehurst Clock, Servants' Quarters, Shugborough

Made by John Whitehurst of Derby in 1767, this clock mechanism is housed at the rear of the clock face at the front of the Servants' Quarters and Stable block at Shugborough, now the home of the Staffordshire ...

Will Bowen of West End Cottage, High Street, Pattingham.

Will Bowen was a carpenter and coffin maker.

William Cope, Town Crier, Church Street, Uttoxeter

Mr Cope was a wood-turner and carver by profession. He carved the chair that he is seen sitting in (now in the parish chuch), with the help of his son Albert. William was an important local figure, who ...

Wolverhampton Road, Cannock

A view of Wolverhampton Road, Cannock, looking towards the Market Hall. On the extreme left can be seen the sign for James Bond, motor car retailer. The lorry is probably a Model TT. The postcard ...

Wood carvings by C.J. Spooner, Burton-on-Trent

Two carvings, one of an oval ornate frame with Prince of Wales' feathers at the top, the other of a crown, outside C.J. Spooner's, Swan Works.

Wooden caravan by Orton & Son, Burton-on-Trent

A hand-crafted caravan with ornately carved panels and Venetian type blinds over the windows. It is parked outside Allsopps' Ale Public House, with the plaque of the maker's, Orton and Son, positioned ...

Wooden headgear at Chatterley Whitfield colliery

Before steel headgear, wooden headgear was normally used. This photograph clearly shows the wooden headgear at Engine pit, Chatterley Whitfield colliery. The headgear is built for winding the cage ...

Wood's furniture workshop, Kettlebrook, Tamworth

The workshop was on a hill, locally known as Jimmy Wood's Hill. The gentleman standing on the right in the bowler hat is Jimmy Wood. The young woman sitting down in the white dress in Miss Mary Ann Jones ...

Woods Family, The Post Office, Walton on the Hill

Samuel Woods, Plumber & Decorator at the rear of the Post Office, Walton on the Hill with his children Bill, Rita and George.

Wootton, near Ellastone

A postcard view of Wootton village looking west along Hall Lane. The Smithy can be seen in the distance to the right. Photographer: H.P. Hansen, Ashbourne.

Workers outside the Joiners Shop, Bass, Burton-on-Trent

The brewery's Joiners' Shop, is now the Bass Museum.