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Accident at the Mill, Great Haywood

In March 1905 Mrs Challenor, the wife of the Town Clerk of Hanley, and her niece, were being driven across the bridge at Great Haywood Mill when their car plunged into the mill pond. The chauffeur and ...

Acton Hill Farm, Acton Trussell

Aerial View of Stafford,

Aerial view taken by R.A.F. 42 Operational Training Unit. In the lower half of the photograph can be seen the River Sow, Tenterbanks and Victoria Park (the tennis courts can be seen on the right). ...

Alton Mill

A watermill on this site is recorded in mid 16th century documents. Thomas Patten & Co. began manufacturing brass wire and pins here in 1734. From 1828 it operated as either a flint, colour or paper ...

At Wetton Mill

The mill and kiln house shown here were built in 1711 to replace an earlier mill. Wetton Mill Bridge cost £184 to build in about 1810, and was paid for by the The Duke of Devonshire after the earlier ...

Beffcote Mill, Broad Hill, Gnosall.

A postcard view of Beffcote Mill which was in existence by the 1830s, but by 1888 was used as a dwelling. The building then lay derelict for sixty years until its conversion into a modern house in ...

Beffcote Mill, Gnosall,

Beffcote Mill was in existence by the 1830s, but by 1888 was used as a dwelling. The building then lay derelict for sixty years until its conversion into a modern house in 1971, known as 'The Coffee ...

Biddulph Watermill

Pencil and wash drawing by Great Haywood born artist, Thomas Peploe Wood (1817-1845) showing the Biddulph Mill.

Bidston Windmill, near Birkenhead

This view is of Bidston windmill near Birkenhead on the Wirral penininsula, shortly before its restoration in the 1890s. A photograph taken by Longton photographer William Blake.

Bird's Eye View of Stafford from Tipping Street

View across Stafford towards the castle, from the top of the Tax Office on Tipping Street. In the centre can be seen the tower of St. Mary's Church; to the right of St. Mary's the Broad Eye windmill ...

Blithfield - Wych Elm : etching

Wych Elm at Bagot's Mill. Artist: J. G. Strutt.

Blythe Bridge Mill, Kingstone

The 17th century timber-framed house and early 19th century Gothic-style mill building are both Grade II listed.

Blythe Bridge Mill, Kingstone

The 17th century timber-framed house and early 19th century Gothic-style mill building are both Grade II listed.

Blythe Bridge Mill, Kingstone

Blythe Bridge Mill, Kingstone near Uttoxeter. This Mill was owned by Mr. Duffin, a Derby Corn Agent, and tenanted by Ernest and Annie Fisher in the early 1920s. The 17th century timber-framed house ...

Blythe Bridge Mill, Kingstone

The 17th century timber-framed house and early 19th century Gothic-style mill building are both Grade II listed.

Bone Mill , Wolgarston, near Penkridge

This 18th and 19th century mill was held by a farmer Henry Wood in 1951 who was using it to grind bones for fertiliser production. It returned to being a corn mill prior to its disuse in about 1912. ...

Boothen Mill, Stoke-on-Trent: tinted lithograph

'Mill on the Trent,' showing a round stone building with a water wheel and a stream below. A man and a woman are standing by the side of the wheel.[Presented by Miss H. Riley, 10 Sept., 1940.] Artist: ...

Brindley Mill, Leek

The mill was built in 1752, almost certainly by James Brindley, the great canal builder, who is known to have set up his workshop in Mill Street ten years earlier. The left hand side of the building was ...