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Floods, Burton-upon-Trent

Children viewing serious flooding in Burton-upon-Trent in November 2000, with Burton Bridge in the background. This Image is from a collection of photographs of Burton upon Trent commissioned and assembled ...

Handsacre - Old High Bridge: sepia drawing

'High Bridge over the Trent near Handsacre.' Showing a dilapidated medieval structure (6 arches showing.) Artist: Thomas Peploe Wood.

Handsacre - Old High Bridge: sepia drawing

'Remains of the Old High Bridge near Mauves in Ridware,' near Handsacre. South west view showing a dilapidated medieval structure. Parts of seven (pointed) arches are visible.'J. Buckler.'

Handsacre - Old High Bridge: sepia wash drawing

'High Bridge Over the Trent near Handsacre.' Showing a dilapidated medieval structure (6 arches showing.)Artist: Thomas Peploe Wood.

Handsacre Bridge

Watercolour painting by Thomas Peploe Wood (1817-1845) showing the old medieval pack horse bridge at Handsacre. Dimensions: height - 173mm, width - 265mm Artist - T. P. Wood

Ice skating, Burton upon Trent

Lantern slide view of ice skaters on the frozen River Trent. In the background can be seen Bass & Co.'s water tower. Copyright: Burton Library

Iron bridge, Shugborough

This bridge carried the drive from Shugborough Hall to Little Haywood over the River Trent. It was removed during the 1950s, leaving the section across the Trent & Mersey Canal. In the background can ...

Iron bridge, Shugborough

This bridge carried the drive from Shugborough Hall to Little Haywood over the River Trent. It was removed during the 1950s, leaving the section across the Trent & Mersey Canal.

Iron Bridge, Shugborough,

This bridge carried the drive from Shugborough Hall to Little Haywood. It was removed during the 1950s, leaving the section across the Trent & Mersey Canal.

Joule's Brewery from the River Trent, Stone,

Joules Brewery and the Newcastle Street ale stores are on the right of the illustration. The building on the left (with the tall chimney) is Bent's Brewery. Francis Joule came into possession ...

Leek New Road, Milton, Stoke-on-Trent

Looking north east towards Baddeley Green from the Leek New Road (A53) bridge over the Caldon Canal near Milton. The area to the immediate left of the road is the old shraff (waste) tip belonging to Buller's ...

Little Haywood views

Colour-tinted postcard with five views of Little Haywood and Colwich: Essex Bridge and the River Trent; the Main Road, Little Haywood; St. Mary's Abbey, Colwich; the Lock House, Colwich; Colwich Abbey. Postcard ...

Map of the Marquis of Stafford's Trentham estate

Part of a map of the Marquis of Stafford's Trentham estate surveyed and drawn up in 1809 by Samuel Botham. The complete map covers Hanchurch, Trentham, Tittensor, Blurton, Cocknage and part of Longton. ...

Mavesyn Mill, Mavesyn Ridware

The water mill at Mavesyn Ridware. The disused mill wheel and bridge over the mill race can be seen to the right. The mill which had been used to grind corn was last used around 1891 and much of it ...

Mavesyn Mill, Mavesyn Ridware

The water mill at Mavesyn Ridware. The disused mill wheel and bridge over the mill race can be seen to the right. The mill which had been used to grind corn was last used around 1891 and much of it ...

Meaford Bridge, Stone

Meaford Bridge carrying the Stafford to Newcastle-under-Lyme road (the A34)over the River Trent. An unusual view from the grounds of Meaford Hall.

Mill and stream, Alrewas

Flour mill and mill race, off the River Trent, Alrewas. The corn mill was rebuilt as a cotton mill in the late 18th century on what was probably the site of the medieval mill. By the mid 19th century ...

Old Trent Bridge, Handsacre

The remains of the Old Trent Bridge, also known as the Old High Bridge, which crossed the River Trent between Handsacre and the Ridwares. The new High Bridge was positioned upstream and was manufactured ...