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Bog Lane bridge and brook, Lightwood

Bog Lane was later known as Woodpark Lane.

Bog Lane bridge, Lightwood, Longton

Photograph taken looking north-east. Bog Lane was later known as Woodpark Lane.

Bonehill House in the snow, Fazeley

Bonehill House, near the north end of Drayton Park, was the seat of Mrs. Peel, relict of the late Edmund Peel, Esq., who died in November 1850 a few months after his brother Robert Peel. The Peel family’s ...

Bridge Street, Stafford

A wintry scene at the junction of Bridge Street and Newport Road, Stafford, around Christmas 1978. On the left is the Grapes public house and the large multi-storey building on the right is Stafford Borough ...

Brocton Camp, Cannock Chase

A postcard view looking toward “F” & “G” Battalion Lines at Brocton Camp. In the foreground beyond the upgraded track that used to come up from Brocton Village is the Farmhouse. Behind are the officer’s ...

Brookside in snow, Rolleston

A view looking eastwards along Brookside. Note the cattle in the street.

Canal in winter, Drayton Bassett

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

Carter Street, Uttoxeter

A view of Carter Street, looking towards the town centre, taken during the hard winter of 1947. In the foreground can be seen Ward and Godbehere's tipper truck. An Elkes bakery delivery van can be seen ...

Child playing in the snow in Clive Road, Pattingham

This view,taken in 1963, is looking up Clive Road from The Fox Inn at Shipley towards The Clive ridge. The child is Ann Williamson.

Christmas Card, Holdiford Bridge, Milford

This winter scene was taken by Mr E Graham in Holdiford Road looking north to the River Sow bridge, the Staffordshire and Worcestershire canal bridge and towards Tixall. The concept, design and costs ...

Church Farm, Clifton Campville

Church Farm, Clifton Campville, in the snow with children having a snowball fight in the foreground. Church Farm is a Grade II listed farmhouse with an early 19th century front wing and an 18th century ...

Church Farmyard, Alstonefield

A view of Alstonefield during the exceptionally harsh winter of 1947. The village was all but cut off from the outside world for 8 weeks in February and March.

Church Street, Alstonefield

Huge snow drifts on Church Street, Alstonefield during the exceptionally harsh winter of 1947. The village was all but cut off from the outside world for 8 weeks in February and March.

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 ...

Croxden Abbey

Croxden Abbey ruins under snow. A limited edition print after a watercolour by Robin Ansell (b.1934). This watercolour was the winning entry in 'Staffordshire Views 1998', a watercolour competition ...

Dove Bridge, near Uttoxeter

Photograph of Dove Bridge and the River Dove in winter, taken from the Staffordshire side at Doveridge.

Dove Bridge, near Uttoxeter

Photograph of the River Dove and Dove Bridge in winter taken from the Staffordshire side at Doveridge.

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, ...