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A view of Tamworth Castle

A view of Tamworth Castle taken from the river. This photograph shows the rear of the boat house, with the River Tame in the foreground, and Lady Bridge on the left hand side.

Aerial view of Tamworth

An aerial view of Tamworth showing the Castle in the foreground, and the confluence of the rivers Tame and Anker. At this time Ladybridge was still the main route for road traffic across the river, and ...

Aerial view of Tamworth Castle

An aerial view of Tamworth Castle with the Castle grounds in the foreground. The confluence of the rivers Anker and Tame can be seen on the right hand side.

An engraving of Tamworth Castle

An engraving of a painting of Tamworth Castle by G. Samuel. The Georgian refaced South wing, Castle Mills, and Parish Church are also visible. Lady Bridge can be seen on the extreme left of the engraving. ...

Bridge and weir, unknown location

This photograph has been wrongly identified as showing Elford Bridge over the River Tame. Please contact us if you recognise the location of the bridge and weir in this image.

By the River Tame, near Elford

Coventry Canal Aqueduct, Fazeley

The footbridge can be seen over the aqueduct with the Toll House cottage on the right.

River Anker Boathouse, Tamworth

Tame Aqueduct, Fazeley, Tamworth

A view of the aqueduct which carries the Coventry Canal over the River Tame at Fazeley, just south of Tamworth. It was built in 1785-90 and the engineer was Thomas Sheasby. From the County Archaeology ...

Tamworth - River Tame: pencil drawing

'On the River Tame near Tamworth,' showing a tree by the river and cows grazing. Artist: H. C. A.,' [Henry Curzon Allport.]

Tamworth - River Tame: sepia and grey drawing

'River Tame near Tamworth.' Showing a detailed river scene. There is a boat in the middle of the river, and cows grazing on the bank. Hills are visible in the distance and there is a reed bed in the ...

Tamworth - The River Tame: lithograph

'View on the River Tame,' from the south. Showing fishermen in the foreground with willow trees. The Castle is visible in the distance in the centre, and the church is on the right. Artist: 'E. B. ...

Tamworth and River

A view of Tamworth in the late eighteenth century, showing the river, Castle, and St Editha's.

Tamworth Castle: engraving

'Tamworth.' South view showing the castle from across the river. The church tower is visible behind, there is a large mill on the right, and a bridge on the left.Taken from 'The Itinerant.' 'Engraved ...

The Flying Scotsman locomotive No.4472, Tamworth

Photographed over the Nineteen Arches Viaduct, Tamworth.

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