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View of Stafford from the River Sow

Watercolour painting by John Louis Petit (1801-1868). A view of Stafford roughly from the site of the present Queensway bridge. In the foreground is the River Sow, with the towers of St. Mary's Church ...

View of the Churnet Valley from Alton Castle

View of the River Stour at Kinver

View of the weir at Rocester

The weir by the Corn Mill on the River Churnet.

Views of Cannock Chase

A composite postcard picture with five vews of Cannock Chase: Cross Ways, Pottle Pool; Dutton Mills falls (Dutton's Pool at Slitting Mill is now more commonly known as Horns Pool. The water fall below ...

Wall Bridge over the River Churnet, Leek

View of the bridge, which stands at the foot of Ladderedge on the A53 Newcastle Road. The wintery scene was used as a postcard at Christmas.

Walton Bridge over the River Trent, Stone

Alhough the caption on this tinted postcard view reads 'Canal Bridge Stone, it actually shows the old Walton Bridge over the River Trent. St. Michael & St. Wulfad's Church can be seen in the distance. ...

Walton Bridge, Stone

A postcard view of Walton Bridge over the River Trent near Stone. Over the years the bridge has been much altered, remnants of the medieval stone pack horse bridge can still be seen. A new bridge known ...

Watching the Firemen, Stafford

Photograph shows three boys sitting on the banks of the river Sow watching a fire practice on the sports field opposite. Reproduced by Kind Permission of the Staffordshire Newsletter who retain copyright....

Water Mill, Unknown. Photographed by William Blake.

View of a water mill. The location is unknown.

Water-cress, or Rorippa nasturtium-aquaticum

You can seek out watercress in any streams or ditches where there is clear flowing water to hand. Flowering between May and October, it can grow up to 60cm in height. This example was found growing ...

Waterfall near Yoxall

This postcard view is believed to show the weir on the Swarbourn near Stair Bridge, Yoxall.

Waterfall, Alton Towers

This waterfall flows below the the Memorial to the 15th Earl of Shrewsbury in the ornamental gardens at Alton Towers. The Memorial was erected in about 1830 by his nephew John, the 16th Earl.

Waterfall, Coombes Valley

This waterfall is an offshoot of Coombes Brook which runs through the Coombes Valley Nature Reserve.

Waterfall, Lydford Gorge. Photographed by William Blake.

Landscape with a view of a waterfall at Lydford Gorge, Devonshire.

Waterside Scene. Photographed by William Blake.

River or lakeside scene including a man, boats and a house. Unknown location.

Waterworks Committee, Milford,

The Waterworks Committee visiting the Satnall Hills reservoir. The waterworks pumping station was built at Milford in 1890 and supplied water to Stafford and its surrounding districts.

Weetman's Bridge, Little Haywood

A wooden footbridge carrying Meadow Lane across the Trent was built in 1830. Previously the river was crossed by a ford, still used by cattle and horse-drawn vehicles after the bridge was constructed. ...