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Izaak Walton Hotel, Ilam, Dovedale

Originally a 17th century farmhouse, the building has been a hotel since the 19th century. The hotel is situated close to the Staffordshire-Derbyshire border and was originally part of the Ilam Hall ...

James Chapman Clothing, Tutbury

James Chapman of Tutbury, at the Old Mill, Tutbury. The corn mill in Tutbury was converted to use as a tannery in 1913-14 by E.B. Chapman. His son Walter expaned the business to produce sheepskins. The ...

James Chapman Clothing, Tutbury

James Chapman of Tutbury, at the Old Mill, Tutbury. The corn mill in Tutbury was converted to use as a tannery in 1913-14 by E.B. Chapman. His son Walter expaned the business to produce sheepskins. The ...

John Morgan’s Refreshment House & Cyclists' Home, Horse Fair, Rugeley

John and Temperance Morgan’s Confectionery, Refreshment House and Cyclists’ Home at 7, Horse Fair, Rugeley. As well as dining and tea rooms, it advertises Cadbury’s Chocolate and ‘well-appointed beds’. The ...

Junction Hotel, Stafford,

The Junction Hotel on Newport Road, Stafford.

Junction Hotel, Stafford,

The Junction Hotel on Newport Road, Stafford.

King George VI Coronation celebrations, Stone

Stone High Street decorated for the Coronation of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth. The Market Place and the Crown Hotel are on the right.

Lea Hall Colliery canteen

This was the first colliery planned and sunk by the National Coal Board. The two shafts were started in 1954 and sunk to a depth of 1300ft (396m). The first coal was produced in 1960, and the colliery's ...

Lea Hall Colliery canteen

The dining area of the canteen. Lea Hall was the first colliery planned and sunk by the National Coal Board. The two shafts were started in 1954 and sunk to a depth of 1300ft (396m). The first coal ...

Lion's Furnishing Store, Church Street, Stoke upon Trent

The highly decorated three-storey store dates from the end of the 19th century and was originally Lion's furniture store. The lions, which look like ceramic, were originally painted gold. Above the middle ...

Liverpool Arms Hotel and Bowbell Pottery, Burslem

The Bowbell Pottery (at number 70) occupied the building that once was The Liverpool Arms Hotel on Westport Road in Burslem. Westport Road was originally named Liverpool Road as it was the route from ...

Longnor

A postcard view of Longnor village centre looking eastwards towards High Street, with the Crewe and Harpur Arms Hotel to the right.

Malt Shovel Public Inn, Conduit Street, Lichfield

The Malt Shovel Public Inn can be seen here on the left with Halls Butcher's on the right. In 2003 this site was occupied by the shop Dixons. The Malt Shovel was a mid 18th century Grade II listed ...

Market Place, Brewood

A postcard view of Market Place showing the Lion Hotel, which stands at the junction with Stafford Street. The building next to it was the Post Office at the time of this photograph, the proprietor of ...

Market Place, Brewood

The Swan Hotel on the right was originally a house of probably 15th century origin. it was remodelled in the 19th century and is grade II listed. The adjacent building with the sun-shade is also grade ...

Market Place, Uttoxeter

Market Place, Uttoxeter at the junction with Church Street, showing Wood's provisions store, Heath's ladies outfitters and the Lion Hotel. In the background can be seen part of St. Mary's Church. Taken ...

Market Square, Rugeley

This view taken in Market Square looks north towards Market Street in Rugeley. In later years this area became pedestrianised, however, most of the buildings in this scene remain. On the left is a shop ...

Market Street, Rugeley

This view of delivery lorries in Market Street looks south towards the Market Square in Rugeley. In later years this area was pedestrianised, however, most of the buildings in this scene remain and left ...