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Club Walk, Woodseaves

Photograph taken outside the Plough Inn, Woodseaves. Photographer: Harry Osbourne of Woodseaves.

Mill Dale, Alstonefield

Mill Dale is a small hamlet close to the village of Alstonefield, so-named because of the presence of a mill in the area since at least 1282. It stands on the Staffordshire/Derbyshire county boundary ...

Norton Pool, Norton Canes

Now known as Chasewater, Norton Pool was formed in 1797 by damming two streams: the Crane Brook which flowed into the Tame, and another stream flowing into the Penk, to provide a feeder to the extended ...

On The Road, Milford

This postcard view is of the A513 road from Stafford to Rugeley and is near to the Main Entrance to the Shugborough Estate at Milford.

Sherbrook Vale, near Milford, Cannock Chase

Sherbrook Vale is near to Milford and they were popular locations for a day trip as they were easily accessible by rail. Excursion trains ran between Stafford and Milford stations. Note how people ...

Stafford Folk Dance Club, Cannock Chase

Stafford Folk Dance Club on a hike on Cannock Chase.

Stafford Folk Dance Club, Cannock Chase

Members of Stafford Folk Dance Club on a hike on Cannock Chase.

Sunday walking party, near Walton on the Hill

Emily Green with William and Winifred Dutton in their best Sunday clothes out on a Sunday walk near Walton -on-the-Hill in 1918.

The Crown Hotel, Codsall

The Crown Hotel was situated at The Square, Codsall. In 1900 the proprietor was Thomas Malpas, who was also a butcher and a farmer. The road to the left of the Crown Hotel is Wood Road, and the ...

Walkers and grazing cattle - Willenhall?

Men walking in a what appears to be a disused industrial area. In the background are a chimney and a coal mining landscape. On the horizon are church spires.

Walking Competition, Stafford,

Walking competition seen in Gaolgate Street. Gaol Square can just be seen in the background. Mr Espley, who came second, is in the white vest.

Walking Race, Audley

Contestants in a walking race in Church Street, Audley. In the background can be seen Audley Church of England School, later to become Audley Council School, and later still Audley Infants School. It ...

Walking race, Chebsey Lane, Eccleshall

Spectators line the street to watch a walking race in Eccleshall. This is a rare view of Chebsey Lane, showing what it looked like before it was widened during World War II to become Stone Road. on ...