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Plan of the Parish of Barlaston

A plan of the estate purchased by the Duke of Sutherland from Joseph Churchill Esquire. It shows field names and acreages, the Grand Trunk (Trent & Mersey) Canal, River Trent, and Old Road Farm. The ...

Plan of Tittensor Heath, Berry Bank and Darlaston Green

This plan shows public carriage roads set out by the commissioner, Charles Heaton in 1828. It also shows adjacent plots of land and their owners, the River Trent, Darlaston Inn, Chester turnpike road, ...

Plan of Trentham, Hanchurch, Clayton and Hanford

This part of a larger plan shows Trentham Hall and grounds, farms, Hanford and part of Clayton, and the River Trent. The fields are numbered. The surveyor's name was Elliot and it was drawn up at a scale ...

Poultry House, Trentham Gardens,

Trentham Hall was built in the 1630s for the Dukes of Sutherland. The Caroline house was replaced in the early eighteenth century by one in a Classical style. Capability Brown and Henry Holland worked ...

Poultry House, Trentham Hall

View of the River Trent and the Poultry House at Trentham Hall. You can compare this photograph with earlier views of this scene taken around 1904-1905 and 1920-1925. The original Trentham Hall ...

Railway viaduct over the River Trent, Mavesyn Ridware

Viaduct taking the Trent Valley railway over the River Trent, near Mavesyn Ridware and Armitage. On the right a man can be seen standing, with shotgun and dog.

Remains of Fleetstones Bridge, Burton upon Trent

Lantern slide view of the remains of Fleetstones Bridge, which was closed in 1880. The date of '1890' written onto the lantern slide image appears to be a mistake. After Fleetstones Bridge closed it ...

River Trent at Bishton Hall

Looking downstream along the River Trent from the Wolseley side with Bishton Hall in the distance. Postcard published by Pascoe & Son, Caxton House, Rugeley. Message dated 14 January 1917.

River Trent at Rugeley

The River Trent at Rugeley, looking towards Rugeley Trent Valley railway station, with the chimney of the Derby Oxide Colour Works right of centre.

River Trent at Strongford, Trentham

The Rivber Trent at Strongford, just south of Trentham Gardens. In this area is Strongford Sewerage plant serving Stoke on Trent and Newcastle areas.

River Trent from Rugeley Quarry

A colour-tinted postcard view taken from Rugeley quarry area looking north. The quarry is adjacent to the Trent Valley main line just south of the Rugeley Trent Valley railway station. Postcard published ...

River Trent near Abbey Hulton, Stoke on Trent

Looking along the River Trent between Leek Road and the dismantled railway line in Abbey Hulton. Mill Farm is just behind and to the left of the camera.The houses on the skyline in the centre front onto ...

River Trent north of Abbey Hulton

A view south along the floor of the Trent Valley near Abbey Hulton. The photograph was taken from the embankment of the Caldon Canal and Biddulph Valley Branch line. Here the river is some 7 miles into ...

River Trent valley near Abbey Hulton, Stoke-on-Trent

A view south east over the River Trent between Leek Road (beyond the houses) and the Caldon Canal (behind the camera), just to the north of Abbey Hulton. New bungalows are being developed along Fishpond ...

River Trent, Burton-upon-Trent

Anglers fishing in the River Trent, with Leander Rowing Club in the background. The Burton Leander Club was formed in 1847 and is one of the oldest rowing clubs in the country. Their boathouse is on ...

River Trent, Great Haywood

Post card view of the River Trent and the Essex Bridge at Great Haywood. Postcard published by W. Shaw, Burslem.

River Trent, Great Haywood

A view looking south from the Essex Bridge, downstream along the River Trent. Further down the river can be seen the cast iron bridge which carried the drive from Shugborough Hall to Little Haywood. ...

River Trent, Leek Road, Abbey Hulton, Stoke-on-Trent

The River Trent meandering south on its way to Bucknall. The photograph was taken from the abandoned Leek Road railway bridge in Abbey Hulton. The houses in the top left hand corner are on Leek Road. ...