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Canal bridge, Cowley, Gnosall

Cowley Double Road Bridge from the south, bridge no.31 on the Shropshire Union Canal. It is sited south of Gnosall. From the County Archaeology photograph collection held at Staffordshire Record Office....

Canal Bridge, Forton,

The photograph shown here was taken in a south easterly direction from the north bank of the River Meese. The road (or lane) is between Meretown and Forton, approximately 90 metres North of Skew Bridge. ...

Canal Bridge, Great Haywood

Postcard view of the towpath alongside the Trent and Mersey Canal at Great Haywood, looking south. The iron bridge seen in the picture carried the drive from Shugborough Hall to Little Haywood over the ...

Canal Bridge, Trent Lane, Great Haywood

The lock and bridge on the Trent & Mersey Canal at Trent Lane in Great Haywood. To the left is the Lock Keeper's house (The Lockhouse Tea Rooms in 2003). Shugborough Hall and the Essex Bridge are to ...

Canal in winter, Drayton Bassett

Looking south along the Birmingham and Fazeley Canal towards the Turret Footbridge, Drayton Bassett. This unusual bridge dates from the late 18th century and is a high iron footbridge reached by stairs ...

Canal Junction, Great Haywood,

View of the canal bridge and wharf from the Trent and Mersey Canal; the bridge marks junction of the canal with the Staffordshire and Worcester Canal. The building on the far left was a corn mill, ...

Canal lift bridge, Ivy House Road, Hanley

This lift or draw bridge (number 11) carries Ivy House Road over the Caldon Canal. Over the bridge to the left, and alongside the canal, was J & G Meakin's Eagle Pottery. Demolished in 2005, the land ...

Canal Lock and Bridge, Stockton Brook

In the past, when river transport was a popular means of transport, the Caldon Canal was a busy place. The canal served the Churnet Valley and surrounding districts, and one of the main type of traffic ...

Canal scene at Horseley Fields, Wolverhampton

The building on the left is the Union Flour Mill. Situated on the Birmingham Canal Navigations Mainline, the steam-powered mill commenced production in 1813. It was owned by the Wolverhampton Flour ...

Canal Scene, Kidsgrove

A working narrowboat on the Trent and Mersey Canal leaving the Harecastle Tunnel and heading north at Kidsgrove. The narrowboat belongs to the North Staffordshire Railway Engineers Dept. with the name ...

Canal Side, Great Haywood

Postcard view of the towpath alongside the Trent and Mersey Canal at Great Haywood. There is a man sitting on the towpath fishing in the canal. The iron bridge seen in the picture carried the drive from ...

Castle Lodge, Holloway, Tamworth

A winter scene with Holloway Lodge on the left of the photograph and Lady Bridge in the background. Holloway Lodge was built by the 2nd Marquess of Townshend in 1810. It was originally a single stored ...

Castle Mills and Tamworth Castle

The Castle Mills can be seen on the right hand side of this photograph. The mills consisted of three corn mills and a fulling mill, and were demolished in 1920. The top of the castle can be seen in the ...

Chartley Castle [Hall]: woodcut engraving (vignetted)

'Chartley Castle, 1838,' showing a three-arched bridge over the moat, and the castle hill behind.[Proof on thin paper.] 'T. P. Wood, del., [drawn]; O. Jewitt, sc., [engraved].'

Chartley Hall and Grounds, Stowe-by-Chartley,

The original moated timber mansion house at Chartley was home to the Devereux family, who had moved from Chartley Castle during the fifteenth century. In 1575 Elizabeth I was entertained at Chartley ...

Chartley Hall, Stowe-by-Chartley,

The original moated timber mansion house at Chartley was home to the Devereux family, who had moved from Chartley Castle during the fifteenth century. In 1575 Elizabeth I was entertained at Chartley ...

Chartley Hall: pen and wash sketch

'An old Bridge over the moat round Chartley Hall.' Showing a three-arched bridge over the moat, and the castle hill behind.(This is the original pencil sketch for an engraving, see SV X. 53b.)'T. P. ...

Chebsey - Shallowford: woodcut engraving

Showing a footbridge over a stream. Anonymous.