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Allsopp's Cooperage, Burton-on-Trent.

The cooperage buildings and yard crowded with casks. On the line to the right stands Allsopp's Steam Loco No.5. The loco was built in 1876 and was cabless.

Alton station

A train hauled by Fowler 4P locomotive number 42331(?) arrives at a flooded Alton station during the 1950s. The location of the station, on a valley floor and next to the River Churnet, meant that ...

Alton Towers Special, Rocester

A British Railways Fowler 2-6-4 locomotive approaches Rocester station with an Alton Towers six-coach special in the late 1950s. After the Second World War the village of Rocester was chosen for the ...

Amington colliery, Tamworth

Amington colliery railway and the Locomotive 0-4-0 saddle tank built by Brush in 1909. Pictured are Mr Driton, Mr Leedham and another gentleman.

Armitage Railway Station

The two guards look in the direction of the photographer while a steam train is arriving at Armitage Station. Also on the platform on the right are a large quantity of milk churns. This image is taken ...

Bagnall's Locomotive Builders, Stafford

W.G. Bagnall Ltd. was established in 1870 in Castle Street, Stafford. Bagnall's first locomotive was produced in 1875, the company going on to produce machines for collieries and overseas plantations. ...

Bagnall's Locomotive 'Dempster' in Japan

Steam locomotive 'Dempster' no. 1858 built by Bagnalls Stafford in 1908 by the construction ‘gang’ including Charles Pearson. It was built in for the Elder Dempster shipping line and is pictured here ...

Bagnalls locomotive in Nairobi Railway Museum, Kenya

This locomotive, 'Hugh F Marriott', was built in Stafford, England, by W.G. Bagnall in 1951. It operated as a switcher at the Magadi Soda Company until 1970. This 301 engine was used in the 1985 film, ...

Bagnall's Locomotive type E2150

Bagnall's trade card showing a locomotive type E2150. W.G. Bagnall Ltd. was established in 1870 in Castle Street. Bagnall's first locomotive was produced in 1875, the company going on to produce machines ...

Bagnall's Locomotive type E2278

Bagnall's trade card showing a locomotive type E2278. W.G. Bagnall Ltd. was established in 1870 in Castle Street. Bagnall's first locomotive was produced in 1875, the company going on to produce machines ...

Bagnall's Locomotive type E2328

Bagnall's trade card showing a locomotive type E2328, built for the Assam Railways and Trading Co. W.G. Bagnall Ltd. was established in 1870 in Castle Street. Bagnall's first locomotive was produced ...

Bagnall's Locomotive Works, Stafford

Office workers standing in front of a steam locomotive. In the front row, 5th from right, is Charles Tunnicliffe. W.G. Bagnall Ltd. was established in 1870 in Castle Street, Stafford. Bagnall's first ...

Bagnall's locomotive works, Stafford

Photograph of steam locomotive 'Dempster' No 1858. It was built in 1908 by Bagnall's for the Elder Dempster shipping line. Charles Pearson is fourth from the left and due to the similar family features ...

Barton and Walton Station, Barton-under-Needwood

Barton and Walton Railway Station served Barton-under-Needwood in Staffordshire and Walton-on-Trent in Derbyshire. The station was opened by the Birmingham and Derby Junction Railway in 1839. It closed ...

Barton and Walton Station, Barton-under-Needwood

Barton and Walton Railway Station with a steam locomotive and carriage at the platform. The station served Barton-under-Needwood in Staffordshire and Walton-on-Trent in Derbyshire. The station was opened ...

Bass employees at Blackpool train station in 1911

Bass, Ratcliff and Gretton organised annual trips for its employees from 1865 until 1914. Initially these trips were biennial until 1883, then every year until 1914. Destinations included Blackpool, Liverpool ...

Bass Malt Vans, Bass Brewery,Station Street, Burton-on-Trent

Two Bass Malt Vans being shunted by a David Brown tractor mounted on bufferboards. In the background Steam Loco. No.4 is shunting a demountable tank wagon. These 2 all steel riveted bulk malt vans ...

Bass Sentinel Diesel No. 12, Station Street, Burton-on-Trent

Bass engine pulling a train of open waggons across Station Street, crossing the new brewery. Behind is Station Street crossing box, and waiting at the gates is a Bass dray lorry.