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A Bit Thick for Father Christmas In the Potteries. Photographed by William Blake.

Industrial landscape with the caption "A Bit Thick for Father Christmas In the Potteries". Taken at Longton, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire. Despite an obvious pride in many of the aspects of the pottery ...

A Summer Scene in the Potteries: woodcut engraving

Showing women sitting by a well, with a pot works on the hill above. Also shows a verse entitled `A Summer Scene in the Potteries,' from the Illustrated London News:'I.F.'

A Town on Millennium Eve, Newcastle-under-Lyme

An oil painting by Tim Lloyd, commissioned for the Millennium by Newcastle-under-Lyme Museum and Art Gallery. The painting contains images of people celebrating Millennium's Eve in Newcastle and contains ...

A view from Hartshill Park, Stoke-on-Trent

The camera is looking north east from the end of Vicarage Road at the entrance to Hartshill Park and Nature Reserve. The middle of the photograph is dominated by the gas holders and buildings of Etruria ...

A view from Honeywall, Stoke-on-Trent

The photograph is a view north west from Honeywall. In the distance, on the right, is the spoil tip at Berryhill and just in front, the dome of the tower of the former Co-Op department store building ...

A view north from Hartshill Park, Stoke-on-Trent

This photograph was taken from the top of Vicarage Road, at the entrance to Hartshill Park and Nature Reserve. The camera is looking northwards. Inn the foreground is the Diamond Clay Works, manufacturing ...

Advertisement for Marson's Grocers, High House, Stafford,

Tea wrapper from William Marson's grocery business, established in the High House in 1827. The High House was built on Greengate Street by Richard Dorrington in 1595. The timber was said to have come ...

Aerial view of Upper Tean

This View of Upper Tean was taken from a Microlite Aircraft in April 1982. Much has changed in this photograph compared to today (2013). At the top of the image can be seen Tean Hall Mills, at the time ...

Aerial photograph of Lichfield

Minster Pool can be seen in the centre of this photgraph, with the cathedral on the left hand side. St. Mary's church can be seen on the far right, with Stowe Pools at the top. The bottom right hand ...

Aerial photograph of Shugborough Park

Shugborough Hall and gardens viewed from the west, with the River Trent to the left, the Arboretum and the River Sow in the foreground, and the old channel of the Sow forming an ornamental water feature ...

Aerial photograph of Wheaton Aston Airfield

RAF Wheaton Aston was constructed at Little Onn from October 1940 as a relief landing ground for RAF Hixon but instead became a satellite airfield of RAF High Ercall, Shropshire. It was a training base ...

Aerial photograph. Trent Vale housing scheme. Circa 1935

During the inter war years the City Council, along with many other councils in the country, embarked upon a massive house building programme. Not only was this to encourage people to move to the area ...

Aerial view Barnfields Farm, Stafford

Aerial photograph of Barnfields Farm, Stafford showing the main residence, farmyard, barns and vegetable garden. The main entrance with drive to it, bottom left, has a tall monkey puzzle opposite which ...

Aerial View from St. Mary's Church Tower, Stafford

View of the Market Square, which until 1953 was used as a car park. In the centre is the Shire Hall, with the Lloyds Bank building to its left. On the far left is the new Guildhall, constructed ...

Aerial View from St. Mary's Church Tower, Stafford

View over Greengate Street and down Martin Street. On the right can be seen the timber framed buildings of the Bear Inn and the Ancient High House. To the left of the Bear Inn is Mottram's Jewellers. In ...

Aerial view looking towards St. Michael's Church, Lichfield

This view shows Tamworth Street in the centre of the photograph, with St. Michael's Church seen in the distance.

Aerial View of Armitage Pottery Works

The first pottery on this site was established by Thomas Bond. he was declared bankrupt two years later and the pottery was purchased by John Tunnicliff. In about 1851 the business was taken aover by ...

Aerial view of Barnfields Farm, Stafford

Photograph showing the drive to the front entrance of the main residence at Barnfields Farm, Stafford, looking north towards Stafford. The monkey puzzle tree can be clearly seen opposite the main entrance ...