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Harold Wilson, visit to Rugeley

Prime Minister Harold Wilson being welcomed during a visit to Rugeley. Standing to his right is Mr. Newman, Chairman of Rugeley District Council. The photograph was taken at the Cedar Tree, Brereton. ...

High Street, Cheadle

A postcard view of a busy scene on the High Street, Cheadle. On the left is the Wheatsheaf Hotel with its large ornate wrought-iron inn sign, which is one of several to be seen in Cheadle. Also on ...

High Street, Hanley.

This view of what is now Town Road has completely changed from this quiet scene in the early part of last century. The only remaining building is the church on the left. Where the building at the top ...

High Street, Newcastle-under-Lyme

This very early photograph captures the scene as a horse and cart waits on the cobbles outside the Castle Hotel on Newcastle-under-Lyme High Street in 1870. The side of the Guildhall can be seen on the ...

High Street, Newcastle-under-Lyme

This is a very interesting view of the High Street as it is much changed today. The Police station is the white building to the right of the Guildhall. This station opened in 1834, for Newcastle's first ...

High Street, Newcastle-under-Lyme

The tram lines visible in the centre of this photograph give the date of pre 1928, when the trams were removed from Newcastle. On the far right hand side can be seen the shop of W. Parton, a professional ...

High Street, Newcastle-under-Lyme

Taken looking North along the High Street this photgraph takes in a 1930s street scene. The hustle and bustle of people on the pavement, cars, buses and bikes pulled up to the side of the road, a mixture ...

High Street, Stone

A busy day on Stone High Street. On the left is the Crown Hotel, and on the right are the Unicorn Hotel (on the corner with Mill Street)and Fountain Inn, both now demolished. A postcard view taken ...

High Street, Stone

A postcard view of Stone's High Street, looking south. On the extreme left is Lawley's ironmongers with Clarke & Shaw's pawnbrokers next door. Next along is the Fountain Inn (Barclay's Bank in 2020) ...

High Street, Stone

A postcard view looking south along High Street, Stone. On the left can be seen the Midland Bank and the timber-framed Black Horse Inn, demolished in 1954. On the right are the offices of Joule's Brewery, ...

High Street, Stone

Marching band in a parade along the High Street. On the left is the Unicorn Hotel which was demolished in the early 1980s. On the right with the AA and RAC signs is the Crown Hotel. The Crown Hotel ...

High Street, Stone,

On the left is Evan and Sons ironmongers and garage, established in 1840. The building with the bow windows is the Crown Hotel. The hotel was damaged by fire in 1778. The new building was designed ...

High Street, Stone, (1)

On the left is Evan and Sons ironmongers and garage, established in 1840. The building with the bow windows is the Crown Hotel. The hotel was damaged by fire in 1778. The new building was designed ...

High Street, Stone, (2)

On the right is the Crown Hotel. The hotel was damaged by fire in 1778. The new building was designed by Henry Holland in 1780. The inn was a stop for stage coaches from London, Manchester and Birmingham; ...

Horse Fair and Upper Brook Street, Rugeley

This postcard view was published by Wood's Ltd. Rugeley. V. & S. Ltd. D. The Card was posted in Rugeley to an address in Bradford. The thatched cottages on the left no longer exist, the Globe Hotel ...

Horse Fair, Rugeley

A view of Horse Fair looking north. The thatched cottage centre left was demolished in 1912. However, the Globe Hotel in the centre and several of the buildings on the right remain (March 2019) although ...

Horse Fair, Rugeley

A view of Horse Fair looking north. The Globe Hotel centre left and several of the buildings on the right remain (April 2019) although over the years their ground floors have changed use on several occasions ...

Horse Fair, Rugeley

This postcard view of Horse Fair in Rugeley looks north-west from the railway bridge towards the Globe Hotel. On the left is Moorcroft’s fruit and vegetable shop and on the right is Talbot Street along ...