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Spring Cottage, Clifton Campville

Spring Cottage, a thatched brick-built cottage in Clifton Campville. Note the the dog kennel on the left had side.

On the river, Clifton Campville

Three women in a rowing boat on the River Meese at Clifton Campville.

Old Wheelwright's Cottage, Clifton Campville

The old wheelwright's cottage in Clifton Campville, a thatched timber-framed house seen here in a poor state of repair

Hilltop Cottages, Clifton Campville

Hilltop Cottages on Chestnut Lane, Clifton Campville.

Cannock Road, Penkridge

This postcard view looks east along the Cannock Road in Penkridge. In later years the hedge on the left was removed to make way for housing for Little Marsh Grove, on the right just out of the picture ...

Coleshill Street, Fazeley

Three-storey terraced housing can be seen on either side of Coleshill Street, that was built for mill workers. The postcard is looking north towards The Square, Fazeley. The terrace on the right hand ...

Coleshill Street, Fazeley

Looking north along Coleshill Street towards the junction with Lichfield Street and Atherstone Street (the A5). St. Paul's church is just off picture to the left.

Clearing snow, Fazeley House, Fazeley

A boy sweeping snow off the drive at Fazeley House off Coleshill Street. This photograph was taken when the house was occupied by Rev. Robert Henry Tanner and his family. He was Vicar of Fazeley from ...

Fazeley House, Fazeley

Pictured in front of Fazeley House, off Coleshill Street, Fazeley are members of the Rev. Robert Henry Tanner's family. In the doorway is his wife Jane (nee Warrington, and previously Hudson from her ...

Fazeley House in snow, Fazeley

Fazeley House on Coleshill Street after a heavy fall of snow. This photograph was taken when the House was occupied by Rev. Robert Henry Tanner and his family. He was Vicar of Fazeley from 1869 to 1909, ...

Drawing Room, Fazeley House, Fazeley

An interior view of the Drawing Room in Fazeley House off Coleshill Street. This photograph was taken when the House was occupied by Rev. Robert Henry Tanner and his family. He was Vicar of Fazeley ...

The Tanner family, Fazeley House, Fazeley

Rev. Robert Henry Tanner, Vicar of Fazeley from 1869 to 1909, pictured with his wife, members of his family and others in the garden of the Fazeley House off Coleshill Street, Fazeley during a game of ...

The Tanner family, Fazeley House, Fazeley

Rev. Robert Henry Tanner, Vicar of Fazeley from 1869 to 1909, pictured with his wife, daughters and step-daughters from his wife's first marriage. They are pictured in the garden of Fazeley House off ...

The Tanner family, Fazeley House, Fazeley

Rev. Robert Henry Tanner, Vicar of Fazeley from 1869 to 1909 (standing back left), pictured with his wife, his children, and his older step-daughters from his wife's first marriage. They are pictured ...

The Tanner family and friends, Fazeley House, Fazeley

Rev. Robert Henry Tanner, Vicar of Fazeley from 1869 to 1909, pictured with his wife, daughters and step-daughters from his wife's first marriage. They are pictured with friends in the garden of the Fazeley ...

BMX Cycle Track, Etruria Vale road, Stoke-on-Trent

BMX Cycle Track at the back of the houses on Etruria Vale road, on spare ground. (Opposite the canal bridge, and parking for the Jesse Shirley Flint Mill.) "The large gas holder seen in the background ...

Fegg Hayes House, Stoke-on-Trent

Fegg Hayes House stood off Fegg Hayes Road. Bert Bentley recorded it as the one time home of "a Mrs Beswick (potter)". Fegg Hayes House was two houses at one time, to the left lived Horace Francis ...

Swing Bridge and Turret Bridge, Drayton Bassett

Looking north along the Birmingham and Fazeley Canal towards the Swing Bridge and Turret Footbridge, Drayton Bassett. This unusual bridge dates from the late 18th century and is a high iron footbridge ...