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Ipstones, Hay House. Photographed by William Blake.

Landscape including Ipstones Hay House, Ipstones Staffordshire.

Ivy House Farm Building, Gnosall,

Ivy House Farm in the Snow, Hixon

Ivy House Farm and barn on Smithy Lane, which were later demolished. Some of the stone was incorporated into The Granary on Egg Lane. House numbers 32, 34 and 36 Smithy Lane now stand on this site....

Ivy House Farm in the Snow, Hixon

These barns on Smithy Lane were soon to be demolished. Some of the stone was incorporated into The Granary on Egg Lane. House numbers 32, 34 and 36 Smithy Lane now stand on this site.

Ivy House Farm, Rownall, near Wetley Rocks

Izaak Walton's Birthplace, Stafford,

Izaak Walton's birthplace, Eastgate Street, painted after the building was demolished. The building was being used as a coach house and stables in the late nineteenth century, but it was demolished ...

Izaak Walton's Cottage and Barn, Shallowford,

Izaak Walton was a famous angler and author whose best known work 'The Complete Angler' was published 1653 and is still in print. Born in Stafford in 1593, Walton moved to London to become an apprentice ...

Knightley Hall,

Knightley Hall is situated at the foot of Prospect Hill. The farmhouse dates from the nineteenth century, although the west end could have once been part of a seventeenth century house. The building ...

Knightley House, Knightley

Knightley House stands on Grange Road, Knightley, between Gnosall and Woodseaves. The house was owmned by James Blakeman Ball in the early 20th century.

Knowl Wall Farm, Swynnerton

This photograph of Knowl Wall farm appeared in the Sutherland Estate Sale catalogue, October 21st 1919. At the time the tenant was Mr S V Prestwood.

Landscape, Unknown. Photographed by William Blake.

Landscape including farm buildings and trees. Unknown location.

Landscape. Unknown Location. Photographed by William Blake c. 1900-1940

Landscape including a track, horse and cart and river. Unknown location.

Lane Ends Farm and Victoria Colliery tip, Packmoor, Stoke-on-Trent

The camera is looking roughly north east from Lane Ends Farm at the end of Handley Street, near Packmoor. The spoil tip on the right belonged to Victoria (Black Bull) Colliery. The colliery operated between ...

Les Oakes reclamation yard, Oakamoor Road Cheadle

Les and Mavis Oakes moved to Hales View Farm, near Cheadle, in 1963. It was run as a cattle farm until the late 1970s when Les began his salvage business. The building on the right is one of three large ...

Les Oakes reclamation yard, Oakamoor Road, Cheadle.

Les and Mavis Oakes moved to Hales View Farm, near Oakamoor, in 1963. It was run as a cattle farm until the late 1970s when Les began his salvage business. Three large stores were built in 1982 and ...

Les Oakes reclamation yard, Cheadle

Les Oakes' Reclamation Yard is situated along Oakamoor Road, Cheadle, about 500 yards outside the town It is some three miles from Oakamoor and in Cheadle Parish. The yard was run as a cattle farm ...

Long Lane Head Farm, Fulford

Longsdon Grange, Longsdon

Longsdon Grange is a Grade II listed stone-built farmhouse, dated 1817. It stands to the east of Devil's Lane, north of Longsdon village.