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Castle Inn, 16 Market Street, Lichfield

The 16th century timber framed building is pictured here as the Castle Inn, which occupied the building between 1793 and 1962. The image dates between 1933-1936, as James Tonks became publican in 1932/1933 ...

Castle Inn, Brereton, Rugeley

This colour-tinted postcard shows a view of Main Road, Brereton, probably taken from the front of the church grounds. The old Castle Pub is on the left with barrels on the pavement edge. This was demolished ...

Castle Inn, Stafford,

The Castle Inn on Eastgate Street, demolished in the 1960s. The site was redeveloped as Castlegate telephone exchange, which moved there from its former building at the rear of the Head Post Office. ...

Castle Tavern, Stafford,

View of Doxey Road and the corner of Castle Street. The large hoarding stands where Sainsbury's car park is now sited.

Cattle Market, Gaolgate Street, Stafford,

Cattle fair held in Gaolgate Street (then known as Cow Street). The annual Rother Market, where long-horned cattle were bought and sold, continued until 1909, when protests about congestion and the ...

Celebrations, Hixon Memorial Hall

Chamber of Trade dinner, Grand Hotel, Hanley

A Hanley Chamber of Trade fundraising dinner held at the Grand Hotel, Hanley in aid of Cottage Homes. Sitting on the left is Gertrude Alice Dyke, wife of Gordon Dyke, one of the directors of Bratt & ...

Chapel Street and Crabbery Street, Stafford

This view looking south from the Chapel Street and Crabbery Street junction towards Albion Place and Bath Street in Stafford was taken by Stafford photographer Tony Boydon. On the left there is a ...

Charabanc outside the Park Inn, Leek

This group of men are believed to be setting off for the 1911 F.A. Cup final. They are pictured outside the Park Inn on Ball Haye Road. In 2013 the building is occupied by a dental practice. Standing, ...

Charity Darts Match, Brereton

A Charity Darts match at the Castle public house, Brereton. Many of the people in this photograph worked at Armitage Shanks. At the front (left to right): Keith Stratfull, Clive Smith, Chris Knapper, ...

Charles Brown, Swann Inn, Stone

Charles Brown (left) pictured with springer spaniels and an unknown man in the yard of the Swan Inn, Stone, where he was landlord.

Charley Pye, landlord of the Barley Mow, Milford

Charley Pye (1851-1927), seated on the right, was licencee of the Barley Mow in Milford, near Stafford, between 1884 and 1896.

Chetwynd Arms Public House, Brocton,

The Chetwynd Arms on Cannock Road was named after the family who lived in Brocton Hall and owned much of Brocton.

Children outside the Green Man Inn, Milwich,

Milwich children outside the Green Man Inn on Main Street.

Christchurch Street and City Road, Fenton

The Royal Oak pub can be seen in the distance.

Church Lane, Rocester

View along Church Lane, with a Burton Brewery public house and a telephone call office on the left in the foreground. St. Michael's Church is in the distance. On the wall of the public house are recruiting ...

Church Street, Stone

A postcard view captioned “Old Part of Stone” which shows the rear of houses on Church Street, with the tower of St. Michael's Church in the background. On the extreme right is the Robin Hood public ...

Circus parade, High Street, Uttoxeter

The procession passes in front of the Cross Keys on High Street heading towards Market Place.