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Advertising postcard, Wolseley Bridge

This postcard advertises Martin’s Patent Cultivators and shows a horse-drawn cultivator breaking up stubble. It was produced by Martin's Cultivator Co. of Stamford, Lincolnshire, manufacturers of agricultural ...

At the back of Price's Smithy,High Street, Pattingham.

The picture was taken in the yard behind Price's Smithy. What was the occasion?

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 ...

Blacksmith outside Red Cross Smithy, Knypersley

Blacksmiths outside the Red Cross Smithy at Knypersley, near Biddulph, Staffordshire. Various items are in the background: rakes, forks, scythe blades and mower blades, with a plough. On the left is ...

Blacksmith, Stafford area?

A blacksmith shoeing a horse. We do not know where this photograph was taken, but this glass plate was probably taken by Weiss & Fowke of Stafford, so it is likely to have been taken in the Stafford ...

Blacksmiths at Endon Smithy

Blacksmiths at Endon Smithy with a mound of horseshoes commissioned for the Great War. Mr. C. Perkins is standing on the left and wearing the longer apron, Mr. W. Scott is on the right

Blacksmiths at Norton Colliery, Norton in the Moors

A blacksmith shoeing horses, believed to be at the smithy at Norton Colliery. Norton colliery, Ford Green (1860-1977). This colliery was originally developed to supply the Ford Green furnaces after ...

Blacksmiths at Siemens Bros. factory, Stafford

Blacksmiths at the Smithy at Siemens Brothers Dynamo Works, Stafford in about 1905. Siemens Bros. Electrical Engineering Works opened its Lichfield Road factory in 1903, after relocating from Woolwich ...

Blacksmith's living room, Staffordshire County Museum, Shugborough

The reconstructed sitting room from Mr Charles Woodward's house at Wallash, Mayfield. This room was part of the Museum's displays between 1976 and 2005. Charles Woodward was born in 1889 and lived ...

Blacksmith's Shop, Codsall Wood

This old smithy building stands on the main road through Codsall Wood.

Blacksmith's shop, Cotes Heath

Photographs shows Tom Giles' blacksmith's shop which stood opposite the church in Cotes Heath, which can be seen in the background, to the left. Tom Giles, farmer and blacksmith, was born in Farndon, ...

Blacksmith's Shop, Walton on the Hill

With the white beard is blacksmith Thomas Fletcher outside his smithy in the early 1900s. For over 60 years he was been a regular bellringer at Baswich Church. He had a pony and trap in which he would ...

Blacksmith's shop, Yoxall

Exterior of blacksmith's shop, looking to the east. This was one of a number of blacksmith's workshops which belonged to C.J. Perkins, agricultural implement makers of Yoxall. This shop was converted ...

Bob Kemsley, blacksmith at Bagnall’s, Stafford

Pictured is Bob Kemsley who was photographed by the Staffordshire Newsletter for an article published on Saturday 23 August 1952, on retaining the skills of industrial veterans, many of whom were over ...

Brickmakers, Cradley Heath

Two women brickmakers pictured outside a workshop at Cradley Heath, West Midlands. Image courtesy of Birmingham Library.

Brickworks, Cradley Heath

Women and men workers inside a brickworks at Cradley Heath. Image courtesy of Birmingham Library.

Brickworks, Cradley Heath

Women and men workers removing bricks from a kiln at a Cradley Heath brickworks. Image courtesy of Birmingham Library.

Brocton smithy

Samuel Buttery was the village blacksmith. He is seen here shoeing a horse. The smithy stood on the Green in the centre of Brocton village.