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Ball Haye Hall

The original Ball Haye Hall was a large stone mansion which belonged to Sir Ralph Bagnall. He later sold the property and lands to Henry Davenport by a royal indenture of Queen Elizabeth I. The later ...

Ball Haye Hall, Leek

The original Ball Haye Hall was a large stone mansion which belonged to Sir Ralph Bagnall. He later sold the property and lands to Henry Davenport by a royal indenture of Queen Elizabeth I. The later ...

Bandstand, Trentham Gardens

Banquet Hall, Alton Towers

A postcard view (looking north-east) of the Banquet Hall taken around 1927 when it was in use as a refreshment room. Over the years this room was also known as the Great Dining Room and the Dining Room. ...

Barlaston Hall and Grounds,

Barlaston Hall stands on a hill, overlooking the Trent Valley. It was built in 1756 for Thomas Mills, an attorney from Leek. The design is attributed to Sir Robert Taylor. In 1774 Barlaston Hall ...

Barnfields Farmhouse, Weeping Cross, Stafford,

Barnfields was built by John Twigg in the late eighteenth-century. Some of the stonework was said to have come from Baswich Church when it was rebuilt in the 1740s. The large stone barn dates from the ...

Barton Land Home for the Elderly, Barlaston,

Barton Land under repair; builders are replacing the roof tiles. The nineteenth century building was formerly known as Upper House and was the home of the Barton- Land family. The house was bequeathed ...

Basford Hall, Cheddleton

The Hall and estate stands on Basford Green within the old Manor of Cheddleton. It came into the possession of the Sneyd family in about 1815. Revd. John Sneyd commissioned the building of 'The Bathhouse' ...

Bath Pool, Kidsgrove

Oil painting by John Munday, looking south towards the island, with Harecastle Hill on the right.

Bath Pool, Kidsgrove

Bath Pool was a picturesque spot just south of Kidsgrove, but was greatly altered in the late 1960s when a new stretch of railway line had to be laid through the area.

Beacon Farm, Hopton,

Beacon Farm is little changed since this photograph was taken. The farm is situated on the left of the road to Weston, near Blackheath Covert.

Beaudesert

Beaudesert Hall was the mansion of the Pagets, Marquesses of Anglesey. Its core was medieval, with later alterations. It was demolished in the early 1930s. The main staircase and much interior panelling ...

Beaudesert Hall

Pictured is the east front of Beaudesert Hall which was the mansion of the Pagets, Marquesses of Anglesey. Its core was medieval, with later alterations. James Wyatt and Joseph Potter remodelled the interiors ...

Beaudesert Hall

This view of Beaudesert Hall is taken from a glass negative looking from the southwest and shows the rear of the Hall with several glass houses and a part of the gardens. From around 1909 to 1912 ...

Beaudesert Hall

This view of Beaudesert Hall shows the new south wing on the right, which included a large dining room with two open fireplaces, a flower room and on the upper floors were several bedrooms, bathrooms ...

Beaudesert Hall

A view of the east front of Beaudesert Hall taken from a glass negative. From around 1909 to 1912 many alterations were made to the Hall and by 1919 the cupola above the east front entrance had been ...

Beaudesert Hall

A postcard of the south-east view of Beaudesert Hall, near Gentleshaw, residence of the Marquis of Anglesey. The building dated from the 15th century with later alterations. The walled garden is on the ...

Beaudesert Hall and Gardens

This postcard view of Beaudesert Hall and gardens was taken from the south west and shows the rear of the Hall and part of the gardens. The postcard was sent to an address in Rugeley. Beaudesert Hall ...