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White Lion Inn, Sheepfair, Rugeley

The ancient (late 16th - early 17th century) timber-framed White Lion coaching inn was located on the corner of Sheepfair and Lion Street (which it pre-dated). It stood empty for many years and it is ...

Whitehough, Ipstones

The right hand gable-ended part of the house was built in 1620, the left hand wing in 1724. The house was the seat of the Whitehalgh family. A photograph by Longton photographer William Blake.

Whitehough, Ipstones

This photograph shows the hand gable-ended part of the house which was built in 1620. The wing to the left of the image was built in 1724. The house was the seat of the Whitehalgh family. A photograph ...

Whitmore Hall. Photographed by William Blake.

Whitmore Hall is a timber framed house that was enlarged and encased in brick in the 16th century. The Hall has been owned by the Mainwaring family for hundreds of years. The sanitaryware pioneer Thomas ...

Whittington Inn, Kinver

Whittington Inn is a grade II* listed building and was reputedly built in 1310 by Sir William Whittington, grandfather of Dick Whittington, the legendary Lord Mayor of London. This timber-framed house ...

Window in Alton Towers. Photographed by William Blake.

Stained glass window in the south west window of the Dining or Banqueting Hall of Alton Towers.

Window in Alton Towers. Photographed by William Blake.

Stained glass in the north-east window of the Dining Room at Alton Towers.

Wolseley Hall and Grounds, Colwich,

The Wolseley family had lived on the estate since Norman times. In the eighteenth century Wolseley Hall was rebuilt, but burned down in the 1950s. The estate remained derelict until 1990, when the ...

Wolseley Hall, Colwich,

The Wolseley family had lived on the estate since Norman times. In the eighteenth century Wolseley Hall was rebuilt, but burned down in the 1950s. The estate remained derelict until 1990, when the ...

Woodall's Drapers Shop, Stafford,

Woodall's shop was at 55 Greengate Street. It closed in the 1970s.

Woodgate Cottage, Trentham

Woodgate Cottage is located on the edge of Trentham Gardens and Park. This Art Deco house was built on the London South Drive in 1925.

Woolworths, Stafford,

The Princes Street entrance of Woolworths in Stafford. The main entrance faces Gaolgate Street.

Worshippers outside the Quaker Meeting House, Stafford,

The Society of Friends, or Quakers, established themselves in Stafford around 1650. As a minority religion they were heavily persecuted. Quakers refused to be buried in St. Mary's churchyard, so they ...

Ye Olde London House, Eccleshall,

Ye Olde London House on High Street.

Ye Olde Red Lion. Photographed by William Blake.

Village scene taken at Ipstones, Nr. Leek, Staffordshire. The picture includes a group of youngsters and "Ye Old Red Lion" public house.