Theme Explorer

Page 1 of 1 18 Records Found
1

Barrel Store at Joule's Brewery Cooperage Yard, Stone

Casks at the cooperage yard, Newcastle Street, Stone, now the Crown and Anchor car park. Francis Joule came into possession of the White House Inn and brewhouse at Stone in 1758. Nine years later he ...

Bass Cooperage, Burton upon Trent

Lantern slide of coopers with casks at Bass Middle Yard cooperage. Burton upon Trent. Copyright: Burton Library

Burman's Cooperage, Dallow Street, Burton-On-Trent

Completed and unfinished casks at Burman's Cooperage. The company was founded in 1899. The original firm was called J. Burman & Son, Hawkins Lane, Burton-On-Trent. It was a cask repair firm only. ...

Burton Cooper Statue, Burton Upon Trent

The Burton Cooper statue seen here at its current location in Cooper's Square shopping centre, Burton-upon-Trent. This bronze statue was created by James Butler RA in 1977. He researched the sculpture ...

Clifford Gaskin with 1901 Sunbeam Mabley

Pictured in the driving seat rasiing a glass is Joules employee Clifford Gaskin, Foreman Cooper. Mr Gaskin was well known in Stone as the 'nanny' of this very rare 1901 Sunbeam Mabley car, which had ...

Clifford Gaskin with 1901 Sunbeam Mabley, Stone

Clifford Gaskin, Foreman Cooper with a 1901 Veteran Sunbeam Mabley car owned by John Joule & Sons, Ltd. As their first car, it may have been one of the earliest motor cars seen on the roads in North Staffordshire. Mr ...

Clifford Gaskin, Apprentice Cooper, Joule's Brewery, Stone

Clifford Gaskin's working life with John Joule & Sons Ltd. started as an apprentice cooper in 1936 in the days when beer was delivered in wooden barrels. He was later Head Cooper before becoming Tank ...

Cooper at Joule's Brewery, Stone

Ken Shelley at work, finishing off the repair of a beer cask by driving on the top or chime hoop. Ken was apprenticed as a cooper at Bass brewery in Burton upon Trent. Joule's cooperage stood behind ...

Cooper at work, Burmans Cooperage, Dallow Street, Burton-On-Trent

The original firm was called J. Burman & Son, Hawkins Lane, Burton-On-Trent. It was a cask repair firm only. In 1939 they took over J. Grout & Co., Dallow Street Cooperage, which was a firm somewhat run ...

Cooper at work, Burmans Cooperage, Dallow Street, Burton-On-Trent

The original firm was called J. Burman & Son, Hawkins Lane, Burton-On-Trent. It was a cask repair firm only. In 1939 they took over J. Grout & Co., Dallow Street Cooperage, which was a firm somewhat run ...

Interior of Burman's Cooperage, Dallow Street, Burton-upon-Trent.

The original firm was called J. Burman & Son, Hawkins Lane, Burton-On-Trent. It was a cask repair firm only. In 1939 they took over J. Grout & Co., Dallow Street Cooperage, which was a firm somewhat run ...

J H Weatherby's Falcon Pottery, Hanley

A view north along Old Town Road with the Falcon Pottery building on the right and the winding gear of Hanley Deep Pit in the distance. Safin House, in the centre, was occupied by S Finney & Sons , a ...

Joule's Brewery Cooperage, Stone

Interior view of John Joule & Sons Ltd.'s Cooperage on Newcastle Street, Stone. the site is now occupied by the car park of the Crown & Anchor Inn.

Joule's Brewery, Foreman Cooper's House, Stone

The Foreman Cooper's house at 7 Newcastle Street, Stone was Clifford Gaskin's home for many years. It was demolished in 1975 and the land is now (2011) the Co-operative Supermarket loading bay. In ...

Making a cask, Burman's Cooperage, Burton-upon-Trent

The original firm was called J. Burman & Son, Hawkins Lane, Burton-On-Trent. It was a cask repair firm only. In 1939 they took over J. Grout & Co., Dallow Street Cooperage, which was a firm somewhat run ...

Stocks of barrels in Burman's Cooperage yard

The original firm was called J. Burman & Son, Hawkins Lane, Burton-On-Trent. It was a cask repair firm only. In 1939 they took over J. Grout & Co., Dallow Street Cooperage, which was a firm somewhat run ...

Stocks of barrels in Burman's Cooperage yard, Burton-upon-Trent

The original firm was called J. Burman & Son, Hawkins Lane, Burton-On-Trent. It was a cask repair firm only. In 1939 they took over J. Grout & Co., Dallow Street Cooperage, which was a firm somewhat run ...

Weatherby & Sons, Town Road, Hanley

The photograph shows two bottle kilns belonging to J H Weatherby's Falcon Pottery. In the foreground is the entrance to James Topham's Cooperage, manufacturing wooden barrels mainly for the pottery trade. ...

1