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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].

Wild Thyme or Thymus polytrichus

Wild Thyme is a dwarf shrub with straggling stems commonly found on Carboniferous Limestone. Flowering between May and August, its stem can grow up to 7cm in length. This example was found growing ...

Wolfscote Dale and the River Dove. Photographed by William Blake.

Wolfscote Dale and the River Dove, north of Dovedale.

Wolfscote Dale, River Dove. Photographed by William Blake.

View of Wolfscote Dale and the River Dove, north of Dovedale.

Wolseley - Wolseley Arms Inn: pen drawing

'view of the Wolseley Arms Inn and foot of the Bridge from the broken ground overhanging the road to Stafford. Colwich church etc.' Lettered 'Wolseley Bridge,' but this is only visible in the distance ...

Wolseley Bridge

The Wolseley Bridge was built by John Rennie in 1800 and spans the River Trent near Colwich. It replaced the previous bridge which carried the London to Holyhead stage coach road. Postcard published ...

Wolseley Bridge, Colwich

The Wolseley Bridge was built by John Rennie in 1800 and spans the River Trent near Colwich. It replaced the previous bridge which carried the London to Holyhead stage coach road. Photograph donated ...

Wolseley Bridge, Colwich

The Wolseley Bridge was built by John Rennie in 1800 and spans the River Trent near Colwich. It replaced the previous bridge which carried the London to Holyhead stage coach road.

Wolseley Bridge, Colwich,

The Wolseley Bridge was built by John Rennie in 1800 and spans the River Trent near Colwich. It replaced the previous bridge which carried the London to Holyhead stage coach road.

Wolseley Bridge: engraving

Showing old Wolseley Bridge, with nine arches (five broken and rejoined by wooden repairs), from the north bank, looking towards a large house [the inn].'Rev. S. Shaw del., [drawn]; T. Donaldson sculpt., ...

Wolseley Bridge: engraving

West view across meadows, showing the bridge unmended. Bishton Hall is on the left, and Wolseley Hall on the right.'Rev. S. Shaw del., [drawn]; T. Donaldson sculpt., [engraved] 1802.'

Wolseley Bridge: pen and wash drawing

'Wolsely (sic) Bridge. Mrs. Sparrow's House seen under the right hand arch.' West view showing the new bridge with three arches. There is a small building obscured by a tree in front of the bridge ...

Wolseley Bridge: sepia drawing

'Wolseley Bridge, Staffordshire.' Showing a view of the new bridge with three arches, from the meadow below. The inn and houses are shown on the far side of the bridge.'J. Buckler.'

Wolseley Bridge: water colour painting

'Wolseley Bridge.' Showing a ruined bridge over the river Trent, looking towards the high ground of Wolseley Park to the west. The Wolseley Arms Inn is shown on the left and there are thatched cottages ...

Woman and girls on a bridge

A woman and two girls pictured standing on a wooden footbridge, believed to be at Furnace Brook Ford on Longton Hall Road. Please contact us if you recognise this view. This photograph is one of a ...

Woman by a bridge, Woodseaves area

A woman posing for her photograph by a bridge in the Woodseaves area. Please contact us if you recognise the location. Photographer: Harry Osbourne of Woodseaves.

Wood Anenome, or Anenome nemorosa

This perennial plant grows in deciduous woodland. Flowering between March and May, it can grow up to 30cm in height. This example was found gowing in sand by the side of a stream at Ousley Cross, ...

Wood Sage or Teucrium scorodonia

Wood Sage is a perennial found in dry open habitats on sandstone and limestone. Flowering between July and September, it can grow up to a height of 20cm. This example was found growing at Oakamoor ...