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Brookside, Rolleston

A view of Brookside, Rolleston-on-Dove from the south east. The three storey building on the left is Brookside Farm, a Grade II listed early 19th century farmhouse. From the County Archaeology photograph ...

Brookside, Rolleston on Dove

Lantern slide view of Brookside, looking eastwards, with the footbridge 0ver the Alder Brook in the distance. Copyright: Burton Library.

Broom, or Cytisus scoparius ssp. scoparius

This shrub inhabits heathy places, gravel pits and railway embankments. Flowering between May and June, it can grow up to 2 metres in height. This example was found growing at Oakamoor in Staffordshire, ...

Bugle or Ajuga reptans

Bugle is a common perennial of damp woods and meadows. It spreads by means of creeping, rooting stems. Flowering between May and July, it can grow to a height of 30cm. This example was found growing ...

Bull Bridge, Penkridge

A postcard view of Bull Bridge, which was built around 1796 and widened in 1822. In 1963 the road was further widened and the bridge was reconstructed. It is believed to be named after a nearby place ...

Bull Bridge, Penkridge

Bull Bridge was built around 1796 and widened in 1822. In 1963 the road was further widened and the bridge was reconstructed . It is believed to be named after a nearby place name 'Bold'. The bridge ...

Bulrush or typha latifolia

Bulrush is a perennial of reed swamps around lakes and ponds. It s also known as Great Reedmace. Flowering between June and July, it can grow to a height of 2.5m. This example was found growing ...

Burndhurst Mill, Lower Loxley

Burndhurst Mill from the West side showing the weir below the sluice on the River Blythe. Burndhurst Mill was built in the 18th century and is Grade II listed.

Burndhurst Mill, near Lower Loxley, Uttoxeter

This view of Burndhurst Mill, was taken from the A518 road bridge over the River Blithe, and shows the water wheel and the weir. Photograph taken by Jim Foley.

Burnside, Rolleston

A view of the Alder brook in Rolleston, looking north along Burnside. The Post Office can be seen far right.

Burnside, Rolleston

A view photographed by Scarratt, showing thatched hayricks adjoining the Spread Eagle public house. The landlords at the time, the Robinson family, were farmers as well as publicans. Note the geese ...

Burnside, Rolleston

A view of Burnside, showing footbridges over the Alder brook.

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 over the River Trent at the town end. Burton Bridge is first mentioned in the very early 12th century, but there may have been a bridge here even earlier ...

Burton Bridge

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

Burton Bridge

An early lantern slide view of Burton Bridge from the eastern, Winshill side, showing the old bridge. Burton Bridge is first mentioned in the very early 12th century, but there may have been a bridge ...

Burton Bridge

A lantern slide view of the old Burton Bridge at the town side. Construction on the new bridge has begun upstream, on the left of this photograph. Burton Bridge is first mentioned in the very early ...

Burton Bridge

Lantern slide view of Burton Bridge over the River Trent. Burton Bridge is first mentioned in the very early 12th century, but there may have been a bridge here even earlier than that. The old bridge ...