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Market Street,Hednesford

Looking south east along Market Street, viewed from the road bridge over the railway lines with Victoria Street junction on the left. Moore's clothing factory can be seen on the middle right behind the ...

Meadow House, Kettlebrook road, Tamworth

Meadow House, which seems to have been used by Bennetts taxi's at this time, according to the sign on the left hand side of this photograph. Meadow House has now been demolished.

Meaford Lock, Nr. Stone. Photographed by William Blake.

View of a lock and a horse drawn narrow boat on the Trent & Mersey Canal. This view was taken at Meaford, Nr. Stone, Staffordshire.

Meeting to discuss a new canal from the Trent to the Mersey

A meeting to discussed a proposed new canal linking the Trent and Mersey has been rescheduled. It will now take place at midday on 1 June 1796, at the Roebuck in Newcastle-under-Lyme. This notice ...

Meir Heath. Photographed by William Blake.

Street scene with a view of the windmill and Windmill Pub at Meir Heath, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire.

Mersey Weaver Wharf, Longport

Two working narrowboats moored abreast at the Mersey Weaver Wharf at Longport. Two men are on the boat in front named 'Ribble', a woman is at the rear of the boat behind. The wharf was used for transporting ...

Midland Red Garage staff, Two Gates, Tamworth

A group of Midland Red Garage staff standing in front of Midland Red buses at the Two Gates garage. 'Bob' Herbert Young is seen wearing a dickie bow tie and standing directly in front of the radiator ...

Midland Red staff, Aldergate, Tamworth

Midland Red staff pictured outside the offices in Aldergate. Pictured on the front row are Fred Smith, Albert Wilday, William James Blower, Traffic Superintendent Harry Brown, and Traffic Inspector Tom ...

Milk Vans, Ash Flats, Stafford

Milk delivery vans at Woodlands Farm, Ash Flats near Stafford, farmed by the Kite family. The Reliant vans were built in Tamworth and replaced the horses and carts on the milk round around the late 1930s. ...

Milkman, Derby Road, Burton-upon-Trent

A milkman and float delivering milk to the doorstep in Derby Road, Burton-upon-Trent. This Image is from a collection of photographs of Burton upon Trent commissioned and assembled by Burton upon Trent ...

Motor vehicles and drivers, Stone

The four sons of George Jenkins of Newcastle Road, Stone with their four Austin motor vehicles. From left to right: Bert, George, Ernest, Sydney (founder member of Little Stoke Cricket Club). Photograph ...

Mr Nelson, Chauffeur at Shugborough,

Charles Lawrence Nelson, Chauffeur to the 4th Earl of Lichfield, on Cannock Chase near Seven Springs.

Napier Taxi, Stafford,

Mr A.R. Bate, taxi driver, with Frederick Woodward, keeper of the Stafford Arms public house (which is just to the right, off the photograph). The photograph was taken in Derby Street. In the background ...

New Post Office, Leek Road, Stoke-on-Trent

Sited on the corner of Leek Road and Station Road in Stoke, this is the city's main letter and parcel sorting office. The New Post Office in Leek Road replaced the "new" Post Office, built 1930, in Station ...

Omnibus with Driver and Groom, Ingestre,

Omnibus at Ingestre with horses, driver and groom.

P. Warburton's lorry, New Street, Uttoxeter

The lorry is a Dennis Jubilant which was purchased by P. Warburton after the Second World War. The lorry finished its working life with a fairground operator.

Paradise street, Newcastle-under-Lyme

This removal from Paradise Street was one of the many slum clearances that took place around this time. These residents were moved to Beattie Avenue, and generally people were removed to modern council ...

Patent Cast Iron Octagon Box Nave - an advertisement from the Enoch Wood scrapbook

Rough and potholed roads posed serious problems in this period, when a broken wheel could mean damaged cargo or long delays to a journey. Tomorrow's World Just imagine - to talk excitedly about ...