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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. ...

Weston-on-Trent - Distant View: sepia and pencil wash drawing

'Weston upon Trent.' West view of the town showing a one-arched bridge over the river on the left, and a clump of trees on the right. The church spire can be seen in the distance and an impression of ...

Weston-on-Trent - Hall: sepia wash drawing

'Weston Hall upon Trent.' Showing a tall stone house with three gables and two, two storeyed bays. There is a road and a pool in the foreground.'T. P. W.,' [T. P. Wood].

Wetton - Manifold Valley: engraving

'A View on the River Manyfold at Wotton (sic) Mill in Staffordshire,' looking towards the Mill in the middle of the picture. Showing the bend in the river by cliffs. Also showing the Tor and hills ...

Wetton - Manifold Valley: steel engraving

'A View in the Valley of the Manyfold, Staffordshire.' Showing a farmyard with cattle in the foreground. There is a bridge of four arches over the river in the middle distance, and cliffs and hills ...

Wetton - Manifold Valley: steel engraving

Showing a river running through a deep wooded valley. There is a fisherman to the right, and a low waterfall in the foreground.Anonymous, [cut away].

Wetton - Manifold Valley: water colour painting

Showing the bend in the river, below cliffs. The are hills in the distance, and a couple of men sitting on the river bank in the foreground. Anonyous, [in the style of D. Parkes].

Wetton Bridge, Manifold Valley

The bridge cost £184 to build in about 1810, and was paid for by the The Duke of Devonshire after the earlier bridge was demolished by a flood.

Wetton Bridge. Photographed by William Blake.

Stereoscope slide with a view of Wetton Bridge, Manifold valley, Staffordshire. This area is now part of the Peak District National Park.

Wetton Bridge. Photographed by William Blake.

Landscape with a view of Wetton Bridge, Manifold valley, Staffordshire. This area is now part of the Peak District National Park.

Wetton Bridge. Photographed by William Blake.

Landscape with a view of Wetton Bridge, Manifold valley, Staffordshire. This area is now part of the Peak District National Park.

Wetton Bridge. Photographed by William Blake.

Landscape with a view of Wetton Bridge, Manifold valley, Staffordshire. This area is now part of the Peak District National Park.

Wetton Dale: water colour painting

Showing a hill, with Thor's Cave on the left, a chasm with a stream to the right below, and on the distant horizon a church tower is visible. Anonymous [Probably painted by Reverend John Louis Petit].

Wetton Mill

A postcard produced to sell at Wetton Mill and other stations on the Manifold Valley Light Railway which opened in 1904. The family in this image is Mr Henry Riley and his two oldest daughters Olive ...

Wetton Mill - 'Nanny's Tor': sepia wash drawing

'Nannys Tor near Wetton Mill,' showing a river with a slight waterfall. There is a bridge on the right, a craggy hill behind, and a road disappearing into round the hill. Anonymous, [Thomas Peploe Wood]....

Wetton Mill, Manifold Valley

The present mill building dates from 1711, built by the Duke of Devonshire to replace an earlier mill. In 1974 a cave shelter was excavated in the area, and flints were found from the Mesolithic period. ...

Wetton Mill: aquatint engraving

'At Wetton Mill, Staffordshire. (Cloudy Day.)' Showing a white four-arched bridge over a river. There is a mountain behind and a mill on the right.'G. Harley; London, Pubd. May 1829 by R. Ackermann, ...

Wetton Mill: pen and ink drawing

Showing two drawings:(1) Bridge 'near Wetton Mill where the water runs under ground.'(2) 'Near Wetton Mill.'Anonymous, [T. P. Wood].