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Burton-upon-Trent Bridge and Town: pen drawing

'Complete View of Burton Bridge in its whole length, (viz. 1/4 of a mile), from the Ashby road - a very faithful sketch, every door and window of each house seen precisely as represented in 1817. Sinai ...

Burton-upon-Trent Bridge and Town: sepia drawing

View of the old bridge from the south, looking north east towards the Derbyshire bank. Shows the town stocks on the left and a large house in the middle distance. Artist: J. Buckler.

Burton-upon-Trent Bridge and Town: sepia drawing

South view of the town end of the bridge. Showing the approach to the town and the road leading on to the common. Anonymous. [H. J. Noyes].

Burton-upon-Trent Bridge and Town: sepia drawing

South view of the old bridge from the Derbyshire side looking towards the town. Artist: J. Buckler.

Burton-upon-Trent Bridge and Town: sepia drawing

'Burton Bridge from the Staffordshire side of the River Trent.' View from the town side of the bridge, showing about twenty-five arches and a large house.'T.P.W.,' [Thomas Peploe Wood].

Burton-upon-Trent Bridge and Town: tinted lithograph

East view of Burton taken from the river bank. Showing the old bridge on the right, with 16 arches visible, and a large house by the bridge. Also shows several tall chimneys in the town. 'Proof.' ...

Burton-upon-Trent Bridge and Town: water colour painting

North east view of the last six arches of the bridge, showing the first houses in the town, (in a sunset glow.)Anonymous. [?J. Buckler]

Burton-upon-Trent Bridge and Town: water colour painting

South view from the Derbyshire end of the bridge, showing seven arches. Artist: Anonymous (?J. Buckler.)

Burton-upon-Trent Bridge and Town: water colour painting

South view, from the town end, showing five arches and many buttresses of others. A waterfall is on the right of the bridge and there are wooded hills beyond. Anonymous. [?J. Buckler].

Byanna, Eccleshall

Looking north along Newcastle Road towards Byanna house (just visible through the trees) from the bridge over the River Sow at Eccleshall. A postcard view published by E.J. Hurlstone, High Street, ...

Caldon Canal at Heakley Hall Farm, Norton Green

A view south west along the Caldon Canal from the bridge near Heakley Hall Farm. The buildings on the skyline are on Norton Lane. The arm of the canal to Norton Green foundry went off to the right between ...

Caldon Canal from Bedford Street bridge, Hanley

Looking south along the Caldon Canal from the bridge at Bedford Street. On the left is the edge of large Bedford earthenware works operated by Ridgways. The tall building in the centre of the photograph ...

Caldon Canal near Endon

This view of the Caldon Canal shows a pivoting swing bridge at Endon with a canal bridge behind. The bridge was used to transfer China clay or Cornish stone from narrowboats into rail trucks, with the ...

Caldon Canal, near Consall

A wooden drawbridge on the Caldon Canal , between Cheddleton and Consall. The Caldon Canal was engineered by James Brindley and opened in 1777 as far as Froghall Wharf.

Canal and River Sow, Milford

The Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal near Milford at the point where it crosses the River Sow via an aqueduct. A 'Teesee' postcard published by E.J. Garside, Rock House, Milford.

Canal bridge and lock, trent Lane, Great Haywood

The lock and bridge on the Trent & Mersey Canal at Trent Lane in Great Haywood. Shugborough Hall and the Essex Bridge are to the right of this picture.

Canal bridge at Ivy House Road, Hanley

A wooden lift bridge over the Caldon Canal in Hanley. Lift bridges were counter-weighted and usually operated manually or by using a windlass. This bridge has been replaced by a permanent structure.

Canal Bridge near Hatherton

A typical bridge on the Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal, which was engineered by James Brindley and opened in May 1772.