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St Mary's Church, Swynnerton

A view of St Mary's Church taken from Swynnerton road. In front of the church is a fenced off area. A war memorial was erected in this area not long after this photograph was taken.

Clayton Hall, Newcastle-under-Lyme

There has been a hall at Clayton for hundreds of years. This shows what is thought to be the third hall built on or nearby the original site; whilst the hall is still in private ownership. It was used ...

A fete held at Clayton Hall, Newcastle-under-Lyme

There has been a hall at Clayton for hundreds of years. This shows what is thought to be the third hall built on or nearby the original site. From the fashion worn by the ladies we know that this ...

Newcastle-under-Lyme Canal

The Newcastle-under-Lyme to Stoke canal photographed a few yards from Clayton Lane Bridge.The Newcastle canal was a 4 mile level canal from the Trent & Mersey Canal at Stoke to Newcastle-under-Lyme.The ...

Tunstall Park Lake

Tunstall Park also known as Victoria Park, was opened in 1908. At the north-west corner of the lake is a boathouse built in 1904.

Newcastle Under-Lyme Canal in winter

The Newcastle-under-Lyme to Stoke canal photographed a few yards from Clayton Lane Bridge.The Newcastle canal was a 4 mile level canal from the Trent & Mersey Canal at Stoke to Newcastle-under-Lyme.The ...

Prize winning 'White Gate Marine' shire horse, Wheaton Aston

Shire mare 'White Gate Marine' held by man facing left in field, with farm behind, with rosette. Photographed for Mr R.J. Cambridge of White Gate, Wheaton Aston. Photographer: Gerald McCann of ...

Horse and Rider, White Pump Farm, Wheaton Aston

Miss Molly Cambridge on Lady Hickman's horse 'Pimpernella', jumping. The Cambridge family lived at White Pump Farm, Ivetsey Bank, Wheaton Aston. Photographer: Gerald McCann, High Street, Uttoxeter....

Queen's Theatre, Burslem

Originally the building was named Queen's Hall, the town hall for Burslem. By the time the building was completed in 1911 the six towns of Stoke-on-Trent had amalgamated and had become a city. As Stoke ...

Large White sows, Harlaston, Staffordshire

Officials and guests looking out at Large White sows during the visit of Mr R.S. Hudson MP, Minister of Agriculture, to the Staffordshire War Agricultural Executive Committee at Mr P.H. Mercer's Farm, ...