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Aerial view of Lancashire Dynamo Electronic Products Ltd's factory site, Brereton

The L.D.E.P. factory was built in 1955 with several subsequent extensions. The two and three storey office block at the top of this image dates from 1961; its top storey housed a conference room and ...

Albion Football Team, Chesterton

Photograph of the Albion Football Team.

Alleyne's Grammar School football team, Stone

Standing, left to right: Mr. Scott (Art teacher and coach), Geoff Richardson, Peter Bourne, Eddie Varney, Nigel Ball, John Lloyd, Eddie Derbyshire, John White (Head Boy and linesman). Front row: Denis ...

Alleyne's Grammar School football team, Uttoxeter

Alleyne's Grammar School, Uttoxeter 1st XI football team for the match versus Alleyne's Grammar School, Stone. Front row (left to right): Ward, Dickenson, White, Goodwin, Waldron, P. Walker (linesman). Back ...

Alstonefield Football Club

Back row: Sydney Adams, Frank Pickford, Bert Riley, Phillip Oldfield, Des Gibbs, unkown, Billy Critchlow, Ken Hayward, Rev. Beresford, Herbert Wood, Les Fiander, Harry Taylor, Constable Worthington, Alfred ...

Alstonefield Football Club

Back row: Lesley Manifold, Frank Bailey, Geoffrey Bonsall, Arthur Bailey, Charlie Hambleton, Fred Hambleton. Front row: Ralph Adams, Fred Wint, Alec Hambleton, Sidney Bonsall, Frank Wint.

Amington Rovers Football team, Amington

Amington Rovers Football team seen here in the field that was entered by the side of Pretty Pigs. On the front row second from right is Steve/Bill Archer, with John 'Jack' Archer fifth from the right. ...

Bass & Co. Football Team, Burton-on-Trent

Bass Football Team for the 1926-7 season. The man in shirt sleeves with a towel around his neck on the far left of the photo is George Fearn, who was the team's trainer. He worked in No.3 Brewery, Station ...

Bass Football Team, Bass Meadows, Burton-on-Trent

Bert Shardlow at Trentham Gardens

Bert Shardlow was born in 1910 in Church Street Stone. He lived all of his life in Stone working as a boat builder in Crown Street. He attended St. Michael's Church where he was a choir member and soloist. ...

Birches Head Road, Caldon Canal, Abbey Hulton, Stoke on Trent

A view north east across the River Trent valley from the Birches Head Road bridge over the Caldon Canal. The buildings in the right centre were Abbey Farm in the 1960s, now Trent Country Club, with Redhills ...

Bolehall Swifts Football Club, Tamworth

Bolehall Swifts Football Club 1959 Belgium Tour. Photograph taken on the Amington Inn car park with the coach in background which took team and club members to Belgium. Players are (left to right): ...

Bolehall Swifts Football Team

Bolehall Swifts Football Team pictured before the kick-off in Belgium. Back row (left to right): Harold Storer (Captain), Alan Walker, Fred Hoare, Tom Seedhouse, Roger Powis, Barry Eyrl. Front row: ...

Boys Football Team, Codsall Secondary School

Teacher on the right was Jim Mansell and the teacher on the left was Mr A. Smeaton. Boy' names are unknown.

Brereton Senior School Football Team

Brereton Senior School’s successful football team is pictured with the Forrester’s Schoolboys Cup. L-R back: Jim Large, A Battium (Teacher), C Handley, S. Mobberley, H Sanders, N Mitchell and Sam ...

Brereton Social Football Club

Brereton Social Football Club was formed in 1899. Back row (left to right): Jack Danks, 'Josser' Harvey, George Turner, George 'Spitter' Southwell, Cyril Naylor, Sam Smith, Tom Jervis, Frank Wright ...

Brereton Town Football Club Awards

From left to right: Mick Morris, John McGraw, Paul Smith, unknown, Junior Campbell, Rob Bartlett, Dave Westwood, unknown, Les Youll, Kevin Horne, Nelson Hill, Bobby 'Dodger' Thompson, unknown, unknown ...

British Reinforced Concrete football team, Stafford

The British Reinforced Concrete football team celebrating its most successful season. During the 1937-1938 season they played 21 matches, with 17 wins, 3 draws and one defeat. They also retained the ...