Theme Explorer

Page 1 of 7 120 Records Found

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 ...

Aerial view of Bilbrook Manor, Bilbrook

This aerial photograph of Bilbrook Manor was taken from the south (Pendeford, Wolverhampton direction). It displays the extensive plot and gardens which the manor contained. The Twentyman family lived ...

Alton Castle

View of Alton Castle taken in 1910. This image appeared in the North Staffordshire Railway's pocket book of places of interest along its routes. This image is featured by kind permission of the ...

Alton Castle

View of Alton Castle in 1910. This image appeared in the North Staffordshire Railway's pocket book of places of interest along its routes. The image is featured by kind permission of the Churnet ...

Alton Towers

An engraving of Alton Towers published in the 'Illustrated London News' in 1844. Alton Towers was the home of the Talbot family, Earls of Shrewsbury. It was built between about 1810 and 1852. The ...

Amington School, Tamworth

View of Amington Church of England School taken from the main road. The school was built by the famous Victorian architect G. Street, who also built Amington Church. The architectural details of note ...

Anson Street, Rugeley

This postcard view looks northeast along Anson Street to the tower of St. Augustine’s church in the distance. The building on the left is Rugeley Police Station. This postcard was published by G. ...

Anson Street, Rugeley

A postcard view of Anson Street, Rugeley with many schoolchildren posing for the photograph. They may have been pupils at the Grammar School which was at the far end of this road. The houses on the right ...

Armoury Tower, Alton Towers

The Armoury Tower and main entrance to Alton Towers. On the right is the Chapel. Alton Towers was the home of the Talbot family, Earls of Shrewsbury. It was built between about 1810 and 1852. This tower ...

Arnold Bennett's House and Museum, Cobridge, Stoke-upon-Trent

The house at 205 Waterloo Road, Cobridge that was once the home of Potteries writer Arnold Bennett and later, for a short time, the Arnold Bennett Museum. Arnold Bennett's father, Enoch, who was a solicitor, ...

Back alley, Paddock Street, Hanley

Paddock Street ran northwards off Hope Street at Vale Place. The street no longer exists, but was sandwiched between the present day Boundary Street and Penarth Grove. At the bottom is Bryan Street. The ...

Bandstand and Bowling Green, Cannock

A very early postcard where the message and picture is on the same side; the address only being on the reverse. This style of postcard became obsolete when divided back cards were introduced in Great ...

Bank Street, Heath Hayes

A view of Bank Street, Heath Hayes with what are now numbers 77, 79 and 81 Bank Street on the right. The houses are now rendered in white, but the doors and windows of the two left-hand buildings can ...

Barthomley Road, Birches Head, Stoke-on-Trent

The camera is looking in a northerly direction along Barthomley Road from the corner of Acton Street. In the distance is a spoil tip belonging to the Shelton Collieries. Coming in on the left is Burnley ...

Bethesda Schoolrooms, Hanley

The photograph shows the western end of Alexander House, the former Methodist Sunday School of the neighbouring Bethesda Chapel. The gable end has a tablet in the pediment "Bethesda School, erected MDCCCXIX ...

Bilston Lane, Willenhall

This Harold Cartwright photograph shows The White House, Bilston Lane, Willenhall.

Bourne Chapel, Longton. Photographed by William Blake.

Church exterior taken at Bourne Chapel, Longton, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire.

Bowden Street, Burslem

The view looking south along Bowden Street from Minster Street. In the distance is the spoil tip of Sneyd Colliery and at the bottom, but out of sight, is Moorland Road. The terraced houses at this end ...