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Adelaide Street, Burslem

Adelaide Street links Waterloo Road and Nile Street in Burslem. The Adelaide Street Pottery was operated by Robert Sudlow & Sons from the 1880s, although there had been a potworks on the site since at ...

1st Yarnfield Scoutss, Kibblestone

1st Yarnfield Scoutmasters at Kibblestone Scout Camp, near Stone. On the left is Mr Clark, with John Deague on the right. John Deague was Scoutmaster for 1st Yarnfield and was on the G.P.O. staff at ...

Fox hunt meet, Eccleshall

Fox hunt and hounds pictured on Eccleshall High Street. The grocers shop and café pictured in the background is now (2018) Merckx's Belgian Bar. The Royal Oak is just off picture to the left.

Schoolboy athletics team, Chase Terrace Secondary Modern Boys School, Chase Terrace

Group portrait of pupils and staff, pictured with winning trophies. Back row (left to right): Mr Walter Wright (headmaster), unknown, unknown, Sid Cook, Colin Bailey, Keith Hyden, Mr A.W. Bewley, unknown, ...

Control panel, No. 1 Brewery, Bass, Burton-upon-Trent

Graham Preece working at the control panel in No. 1 Brewery

Children's Party at Duncan Hall, Yarnfield

A group of children seated round a table in the Duncan Hall common room, celebrating Valerie Henshaw’s birthday, one of the resident children. Christine Cooper (the image donor) is seated at the end of ...

The Reverend William Hutchinson, Checkley

William Hutchinson Rector of Checkley, 1839-1878 . William Hutchinson was born at Bury in Lancashire on 31st July 1799, the eldest of three children of Thomas Hutchinson, a wool merchant of that town. ...

Wedding of John Davies and Harriet Shelley, Colwich

Wedding photograph of John Davies and Harriet Annie Shelley. The wedding took place during the Second World War and the groom is wearing his naval uniform. John (Jack) Davies was a gunner on Defensively ...

Roaches House, near Leek

Originally known as Argyle Cottage, this house was later renamed Roaches House. It stands to the south-east of Hen Cloud on The Roaches. It was originally part of the Swythamley estate, owned by the Brocklehurst ...

Goldendale furnaces and slag heaps, Tunstall

The Goldendale Ironworks was between the Trent & Mersey Canal and Tunstall Cemetery (off to the left) in the Chatterley Valley. The site is now open space and marked with a piece of public art; "Golden ...