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Market and Town Hall, Stoke-on-Trent: lithograph

'East Front of the Intended New Market and Town Hall, Stoke-Upon-Trent, Dedicated to the Subscribers,' [built 1834-5]. Showing the elevation of the east front. A classical building with a central portico ...

Market Cross, Cheadle

The Market Cross stands on High Street at the junction with Cross Street. It consists of an octagonal sandstone shaft on steps and probably dates from the 17th century. To the right can be seen the ...

Market Day, Uttoxeter

A view of the Market place, Uttoxeter on Market Day. Taken by Uttoxeter photographer, Alfred McCann.

Market day, Uttoxeter

Fruit and vegetable stalls and shoppers on Market Day in the Market Place, Uttoxeter. Photograph by the Rev. C.F.L. Barnwell (1853-1933) who was Vicar of Stramshall from 1879 to 1933, and who was a ...

Market day, Uttoxeter

A postcard view of a busy market day in Uttoxeter Market Place, with crockery, clothes and grocers’ stalls in the foreground. This picture was taken by Alfred McCann who was a member of the McCann ...

Market day, Uttoxeter

China sellers in the Market Place, Uttoxeter on Market Day. Photograph by the Rev. C.F.L. Barnwell (1853-1933) who was Vicar of Stramshall from 1879 to 1933, and who was a keen amateur historian and ...

Market Day, Uttoxeter

Market stalls and traders in the Market Place, Uttoxeter. In the foreground china is laid out 'on the stones'. The left hand side of the black and white Mock Tudor building was at the time occupied by ...

Market day, Uttoxeter

A stall holder sampling his goods on Market Day in the Market Place, Uttoxeter. Photograph by the Rev. C.F.L. Barnwell (1853-1933) who was Vicar of Stramshall from 1879 to 1933, and who was a keen ...

Market Hall, Cannock

Cannock's old Market Hall which was demolished in 1975. This view shows ground floor shops facing onto the Market Place: Smith's shoes, Perrin's hairdressers and the Chase restaurant.

Market Hall, Eccleshall

A postcard view of High Street, Eccleshall. This timber framed building is the Market Hall (built in 1884) which replaced the Old Market Hall and was constructed to the same design. Later used as a reading ...

Market Hall, High Street, Newcastle-under-Lyme

The covered market hall, seen here on the right was built in 1854, in order to supplement the portable street markets that took place outside, and was demolished in 1961. Arthur Morgan, probably a tobacconsit's, ...

Market Passage, Burslem

Market Passage runs off Market Place in Burslem, giving access to the indoor market (sometimes known as St John's Market). The shop on the right was originally the Home & Colonial Store.

Market Place, Abbots Bromley

In the centre of the picture is the 17th century hexagonal Butter Cross, with the timber-framed Goats Head Inn, built in the late 16th century, behind. Postcard publisher unidentified, postmarked 11 ...

Market Place, Abbots Bromley

On the left of the picture is the 17th century hexagonal Butter Cross, with the timber-framed Goats Head Inn, built in the late 16th century, behind. The tower of St. Nicholas' Church is on the far left ...

Market Place, Abbots Bromley

In the centre of the picture is a 17th century hexagonal butter cross, with the timber framed 'Goats Head Inn', built in the late 16th century, behind, and Cedar Cottage (painted white) to the left. Postcard ...

Market Place, Burton-on-Trent

View of a busy Market Place showing open stalls and crowds of people, with St. Modwen's Church in the background.

Market Place, Cannock

An early view of the Market Place, Cannock. The indoor market, built in 1869 is on the left, incorporating Sellman's Funeral Directors established in 1870 and still (in 2018) in existence. Next is the ...

Market Place, Cannock

This postcard dates well before the installation of the clock and war memorial. Looking up to High Green from the Church Street junction, with the Crown Inn on the right. Note too the Monkey Puzzle tree ...