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Tug and locomotive, GEC Alsthom, Stafford

On the right (left to right) are David Jones and Bernard Duffy who are pictured outside GEC Alsthom Turbine Generators Ltd.'s Over-Speed Control Room on the Lichfield Road site at Queensville in Stafford. ...

Tunnel beneath High Lane and the Chatterley Whitfield mineral railway, Stoke-on-Trent

Looking east along the mineral railway from Chatterley Whitfield toward the entrance of the tunnel under High Lane. The photograph was taken just south of Johnson Place. The tunnel ran under what is now ...

Tunstall Station

Tunstall Station pictured just after closure in 1964. Tunstall was a station on the Potteries Loop Line. Opened in December 1873, it was closed when the loop line closed in March 1964. The camera was ...

Tunstall Station and goods yard

This is a view from the Boulevard near bridge over the Loop Line at Tunstall Station just before the station and line were closed. The camera is looking south towards Burslem, the next station on the ...

Tutbury Station

Tutbury Station was built on the Burton-upon-Trent to Uttoxeter branch line of the North Staffordshire Railway and opened in 1849. The station closed in 1966 and was demolished, but re-opened in 1990. ...

Tutbury Station

Tutbury Station looking south towards the smoking chimney of the Nestlé and Anglo Swiss Condensed Milk Company factory in Hatton. On the far right is the goods shed; behind it is the grain warehouse ...

Two girls at Froghall

Two girls at Froghall, during the mid-1940s. This image is featured by kind permission of the Churnet Valley Railway.

Underground charging station and garage for Clayton Pony Loco, Lea Hall Colliery, Rugeley

A set of rails run through the middle of the station, with generators and an overhead lifting beam covering both sides. Note also the roller staging to facilitate the handling of heavy batteries. Lea ...

Unidentified platform on the North Staffordshire Railway.

Universal Grinding Wheel Co. Ltd, Stafford

An aerial view of the Universal Grinding Wheel Co. Ltd. factory on Doxey Road . All the office and manufacturing buildings can be seen, and at the top of the image can be seen the cricket ground, and ...

Up platform, Stoke-on-Trent Railway Station

The view from the south end of the up (southbound) platform of Stoke Station. The photograph was taken before electrification in 1967, and before the four tracks were reduced to two. On the right of the ...

Uttoxeter Canal remains, Denstone

The remains of the Uttoxeter Canal near Denstone. To the right is the Churnet Valley railway line. The Uttoxeter Canal was a 13 mile extension of the Caldon Canal running from Froghall to Uttoxeter. ...

Uttoxeter Carnival

The arrival of the Carnival King and Queen from Leek, pictured at Uttoxeter railway station. A postcard view by G.S. McCann of Uttoxeter.

Uttoxeter Carnival

A carnival character in fancy dress exchanges a model train with a member of the station staff, watched by children, parents and colleagues. This image is featured by kind permission of the Churnet ...

Uttoxeter fruit market

This image captures the bustle of business at Uttoxeter fruit market in around 1920. Motor and horse-drawn vehicles laden with produce vie for the attention of busy shoppers in bowler hats and flat ...

Uttoxeter Station

An aerial view of Uttoxeter railway station and sidings.

Uttoxeter station

Two North Staffordshire Railway staff pose for a photograph at Uttoxeter station in around 1900. This station was an important junction for trains to Stoke, Derby, Burton-upon-Trent, Stafford, Ashbourne, ...

Uttoxeter Station

A local train pulls into Uttoxeter station on a bright spring day in 1915. This train, pulled by a small tank engine, could be terminating here, or it could be travelling on to Ashbourne and Buxton. ...