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Memorial Service Procession, Rugeley

The procession to St. Augustine's Church for the Memorial Service for King Edward VII. This photograph was taken along Upper Brook Street by Reg Robinson from the first floor window of Haywood's butchers ...

Menu from the Barley Mow, Milford, Stafford

The front cover of a menu from the Barley Mow public house, Milford.

Mercer's Saddlers Shop, Stafford,

Mercer's shop on the corner of Bridge Street and Mill Bank, established in 1910. In 1928 the council purchased Mercer's, along with various other buildings between the shop and the Coach and Horses ...

Milford Hall Cricket Club Annual Dinner, Swan Hotel, Stafford

Menu card for Milford Hall Cricket Club's 39th Annual Dinner, held at the Swan Hotel, Stafford on 16 February 1968. The card has been signed by guests Lancashire and England fast bowler Brian Statham ...

Moat House, Acton Trussell

The Moat House is built on a mound that dates from Norman times. Though the house has undergone restoration and alteration, the oldest part of the house still dates from the early 14th century. Up until ...

Mrs Heath's Apartments and Tea Rooms, Rudyard

A postcard advertisiing tea rooms and apartments at Spite Hall in Rudyard Vale, run by Mrs Mary Heath for holidaymakers at Rudyard Lake.

Nantwich, Cheshire. Photographed by William Blake.

Street scene taken in High Street, Nantwich, Cheshire. This row of buildings is a typical example of the half timbered, black and white Tudor architecture found in the historic market town.

Nantwich, Street. Photographed by William Blake.

Street scene taken in High Street, Nantwich, Cheshire. This row of buildings is a typical example of the half timbered, black and white Tudor architecture found in the town.

Naylor's Temperance Hotel, Manifold Valley

Naylor's Temperance Hotel stood near Butterton Station at Ecton Lea on the Manifold Valley Light Railway. The railway was short lived and operated between 1904 and 1934.

Newcastle Railway Station

Newcastle railway station was situated off King street, across from the Borough Arms Hotel, as this photograph clearly shows. The Borough Arms Hotel building can be seen near the centre of the photograph, ...

North Staffordshire Hotel, Stoke-on-Trent

This is a plan of the North Staffordshire Hotel which is on Winton Square opposite Stoke-on-Trent Railway Station. The hotel and station are both of the same architectural style and were built during ...

North Western Hotel, Stafford,

Photograph taken from Station Road. The Station Hotel, originally built as the North Western on Victoria Road in 1866 (opposite the station) to provide accommodation for rail travellers. It provided ...

Oddfellows and banner, Eccleshall

Oddfellows marching with their banner along Eccleshall High Street, with the Royal Oak Hotel in the background. The event pictured is probably the Oddfellows Parade which took place on Trinity Sunday....

Parade in Abbots Bromley

This postcard view shows an unidentified parade positioned by the Post Office (left) and the Crown Hotel (later known as the Crown Inn) on Crown Bank in Abbots Bromley. The parade is thought to be ...

Post Office Training Centre, Yarnfield

This photograph of a member of the house-keeping staff in one of the 1100 bedrooms at the Post Office Training Centre was taken by Stafford photographer Tony Boydon. The General Post Office Engineering ...

Postcard view of the Pigot Arms Hotel, Pattingham

'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.

Procession, Upper Brook Street, Rugeley

A procession on Upper Brook Street, possibly celebrating the proclamation of King George V. This photograph was taken by Reg Robinson from the first floor window of Haywood's butchers shop. The Black ...