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Morgan’s Refreshment Rooms, Horse Fair, Rugeley

A view of John Morgan’s Refreshments Rooms at 7 Horse Fair. In later years this was known as Parchfield's Milk Bar which would become the cafe of choice for the local Teddy Boys in the 1950s and 1960s. ...

Munchies Cafe, Piccadilly, Hanley

Munchies café and takeway which stands at the bottom of Piccadilly, Hanley, on the corner with Albion Street.

Off the Hook Fish and Chip Restaurant, Mill Street, Stafford

View of 'Off the Hook' Fish and Chip Restaurant and Takeaway, located on the corner of Mill Street and Water Street. It had formerly been the Nag's Head public house. Beyond, several adjacent properties ...

Old entrance to Trentham Gardens, Stone Road, Trentham

The original entrance to the leisure gardens at Trentham was between the two large "lodges" just to the right of the three PMT (Potteries Motor Traction) buses. The lodges were originally at the western ...

Outing to Alton Towers, High Street, Uttoxeter

Seven motor coaches passing along High Street, Uttoxeter on their way from Dudley to Alton Towers. A policeman on the right is controlling the traffic which includes a pony and trap on the left. Elkes' ...

Polish dancers, Civic Restaurant, Stafford

Polish dancers from Wheaton Aston hostel performing at a social evening arranged by the Stafford Group of the International Friendship League held at the Civic Restaurant on Bridge Street, Stafford. France, ...

Powell’s Tea Rooms and Garden, Market Place, Brewood

On the left is Powell’s Tea Rooms (with the roller sun blind) which were located on the first floor and also in the garden of a building known as 'The Dreadnought' in Market Place, Brewood. On the right ...

Powell’s Tea Rooms, Bargate Street, Brewood

This picture was taken on Bargate Street in Brewood. On the left are the Gothic windows of Speedwell Castle, in the centre is Birch’s grocers shop and on the right is Powell’s Tea Rooms in its first location. ...

Powell's Tea Rooms and Garden, Brewood

This view shows customers in the garden of the tea rooms. Over the years the building has been occupied by several different businesses. During the 1950s and 1960s it was a sweet and grocery shop run ...

'Priory Tea' cafe, Hyde Meadow, Kinver

Hyde Meadows Halt, pictured here, was intended as the nearest stop to Kinver Edge for the thousands of visitors that the line carried to Kinver.

Riverside Recreation Centre, Stafford

This photograph of the Café at the Riverside Recreation Centre was taken by Stafford photographer Tony Boydon. in the background looking through the windows is a glimpse of the Stafford Borough Council ...

Road Works on Greengate Street, Stafford,

Photograph donated by Stafford Historical and Civic Society, who retain copyright ownership.

Rock House Cafe and Filling Station, Milford

Rock House Cafe and filling station at Milford. In 1954 Gordon Boston bought what was then a transport cafe called Rock House Cafe and added a petrol station the following year. Up to 18 women were ...

Rock House cafe, Pots Teas and Cups, Milford

The tea room was situated at the rear of Bostons filling station at Milford. In 1954 Gordon Boston bought what was then a transport cafe called Rock House Cafe and added a petrol station the following ...

Row of shops, Bilbrook Lane, Bilbrook

Shops shown include a snack shop, 'The Old Orchard' and the Lane Green Post Office. Bilbrook started life as a small village, but then grew in the 1930's, when Lane Green estate was built to accomodate ...

Sandon Road from Freemen Street, Stafford

View showing the junction of Freemen Street with Sandon Road, with the entrances to Victoria and Peel Terraces just visible on the other side of the road. On the far left, the Shanghai Garden Chinese ...

Setting off for Guide Camp, High Street, Stone

This Girl Guide is walking up the High Street towards Granville Square, to wait for a bus to take her to the Stone Division Guide Camp at Beaudesert on Cannock Chase. The Joules Brewery buildings can ...

Shops on Stafford Street, Stafford

View looking west along Stafford Street showing shop premises occupied by the Community Council of Staffordshire. Nextdoor can be seen 'Oatcakes and Milkshakes' cafe, serving traditional North Staffordshire-style ...