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Biddulph - Ancient Well in Knypersley Woods: sepia drawing (vignetted)

'Ancient well in Knipersley (sic) Woods, which was formerly used to cure the King's Evil,' [pencil note]. Showing a circular well with a shallow trough in front. Artist: Thomas Peploe Wood.

Blithfield Reservoir in drought conditions

During the summer of 2002 water levels in Blithfield Reservoir were extremely low. The remains of buildings, walls , trees and bridges could be seen. A number of lanes and buildings were submerged when ...

Blithfield Reservoir in drought conditions

During the summer of 2002 water levels in Blithfield Reservoir were extremely low. The remains of buildings, walls and bridges could be seen. A number of lanes and buildings were submerged when the ...

Cascade house and sluices at Pasford

Clifton Ponds and Coneyberry Well, Clifton Campville

Two boys collect water from Coneyberry Well at Clifton Ponds, Clifton Campville. The well and ponds now form part of The Coneyberry Millennium Green, an 8 acre open space for the public. It was set ...

Dane Valley. Photographed by William Blake.

Landscape taken at Dane Valley, Cheshire.

Eel trap at Pasford, Pattingham

Gailey Pool, near Cannock

The pool is one of three canal-feeding pools or reservoirs at the highest point of the Staffordshire & Worcestershire Canal. The pool was engineered by John Robinson McClean and was completed in 1855.

Gawton's Well, Knypersley. Photographed by William Blake.

Woodland scene with a view of Gawton's Well at Knypersley, Nr. Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire.

Holy Austin Rock, Kinver Edge

Kinver Edge is renowned for its rock houses, thought to be the earliest dwellings in the area. The Edge is soft sandstone which has meant that a number of caves and caverns have been worked into it, Holy ...

Knypersley Pool, Biddulph

The pool and The Serpentine, a reservoir, were originally built on the Greenway Bank estate to supply the Trent and Mersey Canal. They are now known collectively as the Knypersley Reservoir. The reservoir ...

Knypersley Pool. Photographed by William Blake.

Knypersley Pool, Nr. Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire.

Leigh Post Office. Photographed by William Blake.

Village scene taken at Leigh, Staffordshire. The photograph includes the village Post Office and a group of women, one using a cast iron water pump.

Lichfield - St. Chad's Well: sepia drawing

'Saint Chad's Well near Lichfield.' Showing an octagonal building with a pyramidal roof. Also showing the church tower from the north west. Artist: 'J. B.,' [John Buckler.]

Moddershall Oaks. Photographed by William Blake.

View of Moddershall Village, Nr. Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire.

Moors Gorse Pumping Station, near Hednesford

Moors Gorse Waterworks are mid-way between Hednesford (to the right) and Rugeley. The track crossing the road is Marquis Drives heading towards Wandon. This view was taken from what would later be known ...

Norton Pool, Norton Canes

Now known as Chasewater, Norton Pool was formed in 1797 by damming two streams: the Crane Brook which flowed into the Tame, and another stream flowing into the Penk, to provide a feeder to the extended ...

Possibly an Osler Trial Boring for Water, Kinver