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Cricket match at the English Electric Co., Stafford

This photograph shows a cricket match at the Hough in Stafford. In later years the Stafford Cricket Club moved to nearby Riverway and the site was redeveloped as housing. In the background is the ...

Demolition of the GE (General Electric) Main Works, Stafford

This view looks south-east towards Queensville and shows demolition work in progress at the former GE (General Electric) Main Works site on Lichfield Road, Stafford. At the time this picture was taken ...

Demolition of Universal Grinding Wheel, Stafford

The main office building of the Universal Grinding Wheel factory on Doxey Road, Stafford, built in 1937 and pictured just prior to demolition to make for a relief road and housing developments.

Design department at Dorman Diesels

Design department at Dorman Diesels factory on Tixall Road. The factory was aquired by Perkins Engine Co Ltd in the 1990's. Founded by William Henry Dorman in 1870 on Foregate Street, Dorman's began ...

Detached house, Duke Street, Fenton

The detached house is number 55 towards the north end of Duke Street in Fenton. It dates from circa 1800 (Victoria County History, vol VIII, p 209) and was one of a pair. At the time of the photograph ...

Diesel-electric locomotive, English Electric Co., Stafford

Pictured is a typical diesel-electric locomotive of a type that the London Midland and Scottish Railway (LMS) ordered from the English Electric Company on 25 June 1941. The order was for one hundred ...

Directors of Bamfords Ltd., Uttoxeter

Photograph taken at Hawthornden Manor to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the firm, in September 1921. On the back row from left to right: Mr Henry B. Bamford, Captain H. John Bamford, Mr Gerald ...

Directors of Keats and Bexon, Stafford

Directors, staff and family outside the Keats and Bexon factory main gate, Corporation Street. John and William Keats set up a company manufacturing shoe making machinery on Gaol Road in the 1870s ...

Donald Gray visiting the Reliant Works, Tamworth

In 1962 actor Donald Gray visited Reliant. He is seen here with "Tommo" Thompson (left), Ray Wiggin (second left) and Tom Williams (far right). At the time Donald Gray was best known for playing one-armed ...

Dorman and Co. Juniors Football Team, Stafford

Dorman Diesels factory floor

Dorman Diesels factory floor on Tixall Road, prior to the factory being aquired by Perkins Engines Co Ltd. This view is of the crankshaft machining line. The blue 'hut' on the left of the picture houses ...

Dorman’s Cricket Club, Stafford

Dorman's "A" XI cricket team, Stafford Back row (left to right): L. Randles (umpire), F. Watwood, J. Bowen, B. A. Wilford, A. Crombie, W. Whitworth, K. C. Wilkes and A. C. Thresh (Secretary). Front ...

Dorman-Hanson Rock Hammer Drill, Stafford

James Hanson demonstrating the rock drill he designed. James is second from left holding the drill bit which he is showing to Prime Minister David Lloyd George. James Hanson worked on rock drills ...

Dorman's Annual Children’s Party, Stafford

The Mayor of Stafford, Alderman Miss Iris Moseley, was guest of Honour at the Dorman’s annual children’s party for around 150 children aged from five to eight years old, organised by the Sports and Welfare ...

Dorman's Dinner Dance, Dog and Doublet, Sandon

Employees and guests are pictured at the Design and Drawing Office Christmas Party held at the Dog and Doublet, Sandon. During the evening there was a meal followed by organised games and dancing. Acknowledgement: ...

Dorman's Dinner Dance, Stafford

The Mayor of Stafford, Alderman Miss Iris Moseley, was guest of Honour at the Works Annual Dance organised by the Dorman Social Committee and held in the Borough Hall, Stafford on 11 December 1964. Left ...

Dorman's Factory Interior, Stafford,

Founded by William Henry Dorman in 1870 on Foregate Street, Dorman's began by manufacturing cutting tools for the footwear industry, but soon began to produce more specialised machinery such as printing, ...

Dorman's Factory War Memorial, Stafford

This First World War Memorial is painted in oils on canvas and lists those employees of W.H. Dorman & Co Ltd of Stafford who fought in the 1914-18 war. Names are listed on the main panels with additional ...