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A polite encounter, Wolstanton

A watercolour by R.M. Colley, looking towards St. Margaret's Church, Wolstanton. St. Margaret's Church is depicted here in its pre 1858 state. Between 1858 and 1860 the church was altered by Gilbert Scott ...

A view of Church Street, Tamworth

A view of the eastern end of Church Street. On the right can be seen one of Tamworth's oldest pub, The Stone Cross. The new Co-op is on the left, built in 1896, with the Paregoric shop further down the ...

A view of Harlaston, Lichfield

The triangular shaped Village Green, now a car park, can be seen in the background of this photograph, with the tower and Church of St. Matthews behind it. A Midland Red bus is pictured in the foreground....

Abbots Bromley Church : pencil sketch with slight wash

'Abbots Bromley.' View from the east south east, showing the tower the south aisle and porch, and the classical east window. Anonymous, [S. Shaw.]

Abbots Bromley Church : sepia drawing

'South East View of Abbots Bromley Church, Staffordshire,' showing the south east chapel and tower (1685 classical), and a square headed window in the south aisle.'J. Buckler.'

Abbots Bromley Church: sepia drawing

'North view of Abbots Bromley Church,' showing the north door in the north aisle, and the north east chapel.'J. Buckler.'

Abbots Bromley Horn Dancers

Two of the characters from the Abbots Bromley Horn Dance, the Hobby Horse and the cross-bow bearer. The dance procession usually starts at 8.30 am on the vicarage lawn and between 8.30-9am the dancers ...

Abbots Bromley Horn Dancers

Three horn dancers stand with a melodeon player in front of St. Nicholas' Church doorway, Abbots Bromley. The horn dance is an annual event which takes place on the first Monday after the first Sunday ...

Abbots Bromley Tudor - Market Cross and House: pencil and wash drawing

'Market Cross, Abbots Bromley.' Showing a row of houses and the church tower in the background. The village street is to the right.[Original pencil drawing for SV I.9b.]'T.P.W.,' [Thomas Peploe Wood.]...

Acton Trussell Church : pen and ink drawing

'S.W. View of Acton Trussell Church,' showing the crenellated tower which has pinnacles at the corners and a short spire. In the 'Decorated' style.'T.P.W.,' [Thomas Peploe Wood.]

Acton Trussell Church : pencil drawing

A church, believed from its tower and short spire to be Acton Trussell, viewed from the south east.Showing the nave and chancel door, low side windows, the south porch and gate, and houses among the ...

Acton Trussell Church : sepia drawing

'South East View of Acton Church, Staffordshire,' showing the east window, a tower with pinnacles and a short spire, plastered walls, the south door of the chancel and a low side window.'J. Buckler.'

Acton Trussell Church: pen and ink lithograph

'Acton near Stafford.' South east view, showing the east window, the tower with pinnacles and a short spire, a plastered wall, the south chancel door and a low side window. 'Decorated' Artist Rev. John ...

Adam Bede's Grave, Ellastone

Graves belonging to the Evans family in the churchyard of St. Peter's Church, Ellastone. George Eliot (Mary Ann Evans) based her novel 'Adam Bede' on Ellastone, named as Hayslope in the book which was ...

Adbaston Church: line and stipple engraving

South west view showing the tower with crenellations and pinnacles, the south porch, and the square headed windows along the south side of the church. There are houses in the background to the left ...

Adbaston Church: pen and wash drawing

'Adbaston Church.' South west view showing the tower with crenellations and pinnacles, the south porch, and the square headed windows along the south side of the church. There are houses in background ...

Adbaston Church: sepia drawing

'South East View of Adbaston Church, Staffordshire,' showing the church, which is mainly 15th century, with the chancel, the nave and the west tower.'J. Buckler.'

Adbaston Church: sepia drawing

'North west View of Adbaston Church, Staffordshire', chiefly showing the tower, the west windows and the doorway.'J. B.,' [John Buckler.]