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Oulton Post Office

The Post Office stood on Church Lane. The old village school can just be seen through the trees.

Owen family playing music outside Post Office, Forsbrook area

The Owen family owned a Boot, Shoe and Clog making Shop in Forsbrook. Photograph donated by the Blythe Bridge and Forsbrook Local Historical Society, who retain copyright ownership.

Painting of Walton on the Hill Post Office

Parade in Abbots Bromley

This postcard view shows an unidentified parade positioned by the Post Office (left) and the Crown Hotel (later known as the Crown Inn) on Crown Bank in Abbots Bromley. The parade is thought to be ...

Penkridge Views

This multi-view postcard shows interesting scenes taken around Penkridge. Top left: the White Hart with its distinctive three gables on Stone Cross, Top right: the timber-framed house known as Corner ...

Plough Maltings, Bass Brewery, Burton-on-Trent

View showing the corner of Guild Street and Horninglow Street. The Post Office and newsagents shop are on the corner and the Plough Maltings is on the other side of Horninglow Street.

Police Station and Post Office, Dilhorne

The girl standing by the police house could be Gertrude Adams, the daughter of Police Constable Harry Adams who was living in the police house with his family at the time of the 1901 census. PC Adams ...

Post men and boys outside the Post Office, George Street, Tamworth

Post men and boys, bicycles and mail bags, outside the Old Post Office, on the south side of George Street, eastern end. A recruiting poster can be seen on the wall of the Post Office, possibly for the ...

Post Office & former Egg Market, Alstonefield

The building on the right was formerly used as an egg market. It was held every Wednesday. In the first half of the 20th century, eggs would be sold to Herbert Austin, the egg factor, who would take ...

Post Office & Schools, Ipstones. Photographed by William Blake.

Village scene taken at Ipstones, Nr. Leek, Staffordshire. The scene includes the village post office and school.

Post Office and Jubilee Memorial, Rudyard

A view of Rudyard village, looking northwards along Lake Road to the junction with Whorrocks Bank. To the right is the Post Office. In the distance, at the junction, can be seen the Jubilee Stone which ...

Post Office and Shop, Alstonefield

The shop is thought to have been established in 1759 by William Hambleton. Its stone sign, obscured by the Post Office sign reads, "W.H. Hambleton, Mercer and Grocer, Dealer in Coffee, Tea, Tobacco and ...

Post Office and Smithy, Clifton Campville

The Old Post Office stands at 117 Main Street. Built in the early 18th century, it is now a private residence. Beyond it can be seen the smithy.

Post Office Cottages , Wheaton Aston

On the left can be seen the timber-framed upper storey of No.1 Post Office Cottages, which dated from about 1500. The adjoining brick cottages contained the beams and fireplaces from the original 15th ...

Post Office Counters, Chetwynd House, Stafford,

Chetwynd House was built around 1712-1715 by William Chetwynd, 3rd Viscount Chetwynd (1683?-1770), Member of Parliament for Stafford 1715-1722 and 1734-1770. The house was sold in the 1780s to William ...

Post Office presentation, Stone

Presenting safe driving medals in the yard of Stone Post Office, Granville Square. From left to right: Ron Fallows, Eric Woolley, unknown police officer, Ken Smith, Fred Hone, John Poole, Frank Jordan ...

Post Office presentation, Stone

Presenting safe driving medals in the yard of Stone Post Office, Granville Square. From left to right: Ken Smith, Bill Burslem, Bill Warrilow, Ron Fallows, Bob Radcliffe, Wal Slater, George Cooper, ...

Post Office presentation, Stone

From left to right: George Cooper, Monty Banks, Frannie Weaver, Mrs Howell, Trevor Humphries, Ivor Howell (Postmaster), Arthur Venables, Hugh Davenhill, Ken Smith, Mrs Davenhill, Ron Fallows, George Brassington....