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2 Sneyd Street, Cobridge, Stoke-on-Trent

This plan is of the terraced house at no.2 Sneyd Street in Cobridge. The house backs onto the Market Tavern pub; there was once a door between the two but it has been bricked up. Diagrams (clockwise ...

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 ...

Abbots Bromley - Market House and Stocks: sepia drawing

'The Market house at Abbots Bromley, Staffordshire,' showing a Tudor octagonal building. The stocks (for three) are set between two pillars. There is a public house on the right, and cottages behind.'J. ...

Abbots Bromley - Tudor Market Cross and House: pen and ink drawing

'Market Cross, Abbots Bromley,' showing a row of houses and the church in the background. 'T.P.W.,' [Thomas Peploe Wood.]

Abbots Bromley Horn Dance

Abbots Bromley Horn Dancers performing by the Butter Cross. In the background can be seen Crown Bank with the Crown Inn and Wheeldon's taklors and outfitters shop. he horn dance is an annual event ...

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.]...

Advertisement for the Crown Inn, Stafford,

Handmade advertisement for the Crown Inn on Queensville, and Warners home brewed ale. The Crown changed its name to the Spittal Brook in 1999. The original advertisement belongs to Mr A.A. Chatfield, ...

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 of Stafford from St. Mary's Church Tower, (2)

In the top left are the new County Buildings on Martin Street, built 1895, with the Borough Hall behind them on Eastgate Street, now the Gatehouse Theatre. In the bottom right is the timber framed ...

Aerial view of the Spread Eagle public house, Gailey

A view looking north east over the Spread Eagle public house at Gailey Roundabout on the A449/A5 junction. Photograph taken by David Welch the pilot, from a Cessna 150 aeroplane.

Air Rifle club members at the Globe Inn, Tamworth

Members of the Air Rifle Club are here seen in the covered passage of the Globe Inn. Seated from left to right they are H. Tansey, A. Biddle, C. Pownell (Vice Captain), Councillor I. Godfrey (Mayor 1921-1922), ...

Alexandra Hotel, Stafford,

The Alexandra Hotel was originally built in the late eighteenth century as a town house and business premises for Thomas Lovett, a wine merchant. It was situated on the corner of Greengate Street and ...

All Saints' Church Club Day, Leek

All Saints’ Church Club Day procession with the church banner by the Nicholson Memorial at the eastern end of Derby Street. In the background is the Talbot Hotel on Ashbourne Road, which was refurbished ...

Alstonefield village green

Behind the tree in the centre of the photograph is the 16th century George Inn. The woman in the photograph is Mrs Askey - children brought eggs to her for the egg market. She is speaking to Mr Joe ...

An Aerial view of Burslem town centre

The aerial photograph was taken in 1927 and shows Market Place running up the middle with the town Hall on its left. In the bottom left hand corner is Fountain Place with St John's Square off to the ...

Ancient High House, Stafford

View of the Ancient High House on Greengate Street, built by Richard Dorrington in 1595. King Charles I stayed here in September 1642, whilst on a recruiting drive during the Civil War. His nephew, Prince ...

Ancient High House, Stafford

The large timber framed building is the Ancient High House on Greengate Street, built by Richard Dorrington in 1595. The timber was said to have come from Doxey Wood, near Stafford Castle. King Charles ...

Angel Hotel, Brewood

The corner of the Angel Hotel was demolished in 1935, the remainder of the building being turned in to the Jubilee Hall. A copy of this photograph is held at Staffordshire Arts and Museum Service.