Theme Explorer

Start Again > Business, Trade & Industry > Agriculture & Countryside
Page 6 of 7 112 Records Found

Sheep sale, Smithfields Market, Uttoxeter

The livestock market closed in 2001 at the time of the Foot and Mouth outbreak, and the buildings were demolished in 2006 and the site redeveloped.

Shepherd and his dog, Brewood Park Farm, Coven

At the time the farmer at Brewood Park Farm was Mr S.S. Kirk.

Shoot, Creswell Hall,

Arthur Meakin of Creswell Hall with game. On the left is the farm bailiff, Noah Thornley.

Shorthorn Cattle Society Field Day, Chatcull

North and East Midlands Registered Association of the Shorthorns Society Field Day at Chatculls Green Farm. Mr R. Robertshaw, from the County Livestock Office, gives a lecture on the Chatcull herd ...

Smithfield cattle market, Newcastle-under-Lyme

Located off Friars' Street the market was built in 1871 to replace the medieval animal market that had been held actually in the town centre. The market was closed in the early 1990's and Safeway supermarket ...

Smithy, Brocton,

Stafford Ploughing Match, the Toft, Dunston

First prize winning entry in the one-way plough class at Stafford Ploughing Match, held at The Toft, Dunston, which was farmed at the time by Mr B.C. Griffin. The team also won second prize for turn-out. The ...

Steam Hay Bailing, Lower Farm, Drointon

Hay bailing in the field at Lower Farm, Drointon, farmed by Mr A.H. Cooper. Hay is being fed into the hay bailer, powered by a steam engine (right). The bales are being ejected into the motor lorry, far ...

Stubbs, Meeson & Co at Penkridge Livestock Auction

Stubbs, Meeson & Co were an agricultural foodstuff and supplies company whose main warehouse was located in Telegraph Street, Stafford. This photograph shows their office at the Penkridge livestock auction ...

Suffolk Ewes, County Show, Stone,

Staffordshire Agricultural Society held its first show in Stone in 1844. The annual County Show was originally held at various sites around the county. Since 1958 the County Show has been held at ...

T.I. Plucknett's Mowing and Reaping Machine - an advertisement from the Enoch Wood scrapbook

In an age before tractors or even steam engines were used in farming, every advance in agricultural technology promised a better, more profitable crop. The makers of T.I. Plucknett's mowing and reaping ...

The Fallows Family, Shugborough Park Farm

The Fallows family were tenants of Shugborough Park Farm between 1900 and 1926. From left to right: John, Annie Elizabeth, Victor, Annie, Thomas, Thomas Jr. Thomas Anson, who inherited the Shugborough ...

The Kennels, Shugborough Park

At the time this photograph was taken, Robert Courtney was the gamekeeper at Shugborough, and the Kennels was his home on the Estate. The man in the picture is believed to be Robert's father-in-law, ...

The Old Smithy, Park Drive, Trentham.

The Old Smithy on Park drive is a triangular shaped building sandwiched between Park Drive (on the left) and an access road on the right. The entrance is appropriately in the shape of a horseshoe and ...

The Water Mill, Cheddleton

Town Mill, Stafford

Colour-tinted postcard of view of the Town Mill in Stafford. The mill at this time was occupied by J. Brookfield and Son, who produced animal feed. The mill was built by George Brewster in 1834, ...

Town Mill, Stafford

The corn mill and offices of J. Brookfield and Son in Tenterbanks, who produced animal feed. The mill was built by George Brewster in 1834, on the site of the medieval town mill. It was powered by ...

View towards Ipstones

A view of Ipstones with St Leonard's Church to the left, taken from near a track to the west of its junction with Church Lane. The Grade II listed church was built at the expense of the Sneyd family in ...