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Aerial view of Cauldon Low Quarry

A general view of the limestone quarries at Cauldon Low showing railway connections. On the left hand side the railway line from Leekbrook can be seen, leading to the marshaling sidings. Centre left ...

Bearwood Hill, Burton-on-Trent

View of tram descending Bearwood Hill. Trams were introduced in Burton in 1903, and they remained in the town until 1926. Originally they were open-topped like this one, but in their later years were ...

Boothen Colliery , Hanley

Patrick Hamilton, the image donor's great grandfather is second from the left. He was Colliery Banksman at Racecourse/Boothen Colliery, Hanley, Stoke on Trent in the late 1880s to 1900s.

Borough Road, Burton-on-Trent

View of Borough Road, with the Town Hall and St. Paul's Church in the far distance. A tram is approaching Station Bridge.

Borough Road, Burton-upon-Trent

Looking north along Borough Road, Burton-upon-Trent. the Town Hall and St. Paul's Church can be seen in the distance. A tram can be seen approaching in the middle distance.

Cauldon Road, Shelton.

Sewage engineers at work in a quiet Cauldon Road, Shelton. Much of this scene has changed. The chapel on the left has long since been demolished, and where the billboards stand on the right is now a chemist’s ...

Cemetery gates on Stapenhill Road, Burton-on-Trent

Framed postcard showing the cemetery gates on Stapenhill Road with a tram just approaching, bound for Stapenhill.

Driver and Ticket Collector, Kinver Light Railway, Kinver

Kinver Light Railway opened on 5th April 1901 and ran between Mill Lane, Kinver and the Fish Inn, Amblecote. The railway began to decline after World War One and the line closed in 1930, after the ...

Electric Tram, Stoke-on-Trent

This photograph shows an electric tram and its operatives circa 1920. The conductor and the driver of the tram are wearing thick, heavy coats to guard themselves from bad weather. There is a poster on ...

Electric Tramcar, Moorland Road, Burslem.

An electric tram belonging to the Potteries Electric Traction Company. This tram ran between Burslem and Smallthorne via Moorland Road. It would pass Burslem railway station and Burslem Municipal Park. ...

Funeral of Reverend Hexall, Kinver

Reverend Hexall is said to have had two passions in his life - the welfare of cippled boys and the well-being of the tramway workers. As can be seen here, when he died the railway workers carried his ...

Henry White's, Newcastle-under-Lyme

This photograph taken from the junction of the Ironmarket and the High Street in 1912 shows the shop front of Henry White's and the tram line that used to run through the town centre. The current entrance ...

High Street, Burton-on-Trent

A typical view of a busy High Street from around this period. The area is crowded with shoppers, and an open-topped tram transports passengers to their destinations.

High Street, Burton-on-Trent

View of High Street, showing Ellis' clothes shop on the corner of Market Place and motor vehicles on the road, including a Radfords' bread van.

High Street, Newcastle-under-Lyme

This waterclour produced in 2001 by artist Alf Fallows depicts a nostalgic Newcastle scene. A tram and tram line can be seen in the foreground of the picture with an open topped car in front. The half ...

High Street, Newcastle-under-Lyme

A nostalgic wintery watercolour by artist Alf Fallows painted c2001 depicting the High Street in Newcastle-under-Lyme. A tram can be seen to the left of the painting in the foreground with the Guildhall ...

High Street, Newcastle-under-Lyme

The tram lines visible in the centre of this photograph give the date of pre 1928, when the trams were removed from Newcastle. On the far right hand side can be seen the shop of W. Parton, a professional ...

Horse Drawn Tram, Hanley or Burslem

Trams such as these were used before the advent of electricity to power efficient motors for tramcars. Usually, just one horse would be used, but this tram travelling between Hanley and Burslem had to ...