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28-29, High Street, Kinver

An Grade 2 listed 18th century (with 19th century alterations) house of six bays, which has a two-bay pediment. It now incorporates a pair of shops flanking this central bay and pair of windows.

A general view of Rugeley

A postcard view of Rugeley. The photograph was taken from the St. Augustine's church tower looking south towards Stile Cop on the horizon. At the right is Anson Street: the small timber-framed building ...

Anglesey Hotel, Hednesford

The Anglesey Hotel, Hednesford viewed from Market Street. It was built in 1831 by Edmund Peel of Tamworth, son of Sir Robert Peel of Drayton Manor; brother to Robert, sometime British Prime Minister. ...

Cedar Tree Hotel, Brereton

The Cedar Tree Hotel in Brereton has long been a local landmark with its distinctive Cedar of Lebanon tree. The Grade II listed Regency style building dates from the early 19th century. Originally a ...

Clock and Market Place, Willenhall

A busy market day in Willenhall. This area is now pedestrianised but the buildings are still identifiable. With the number of working men visible at and around the stalls, it was probably a Saturday ...

Elizabethan cottage, Horsefair, Rugeley

Rugeley would once have had many timber-framed cottages, most of which were lost in the extensive fires of 1646 and 1708. This thatched cottage stood in the site now occupied by James Furnishers. On ...

Hilton Hall

A colour-tinted postcard of Hilton Hall. Hilton Park passed to the Vernon family in 1547. The present hall was built for Henry Vernon in the early 18th century. The Vernons sold the hall around 1951 ...

Horsefair and Upper Brook Street, Rugeley

A colour-tinted postcard view looking from the Hednesford Road (Sandy Lane) with Horsefair to the right and Upper Brook Street ahead. The timber-framed thatched cottage on the left was demolished in ...

Horsefair, Rugeley

A view of Horsefair, Ruugeley looking north-west towards the Globe Hotel. The man on the left appears to be carrying a window frame past a single horse and cart. There is a caravan, possibly belonging ...

Horsefair, Rugeley

Taken from the arched railway bridge looking down on Horsefair, Rugeley with Talbot Street on the right. The Station Hotel had previously been the Queen's Head and was in later years renamed The Tree ...

Lower Brook Street, Rugeley

A colour-tinted postcard view looking north along Lower Brook Street, Rugeley. The Town Hall Market entrance and clock tower can be seen the distance. Postcard published by Valentine & Sons Ltd., Dundee ...

Methodist Church, High Street, Uttoxeter

The church dates from 1812 and is a fine example of Georgian architecture. Reproduced by permission of English Heritge. NMR.

The Green and Council House, Cannock

The house known as 'The Green' is thought to date from the 1730s. A ladies' boarding school in the early 1800s, it was purchased by Cannock Urban District Council in 1927 and was opened as The Council ...

The Yeld, Little Haywood

The Yeld is a Grade II listed building in Little Haywood. This view faces Coley Lane but it is effectively the rear of the building. Its listing describes it as early to mid-18th century building, altered ...

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