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Abbey Farm, Abbey Green, Leekfrith

The farm is known to date back to 1614, and it was possibly built even earlier than this. The original timber-framed structure, built on a sandstone foundation on the site of Dieulacres Abbey remains ...

Acton Hill Farm, Acton Trussell

Acton Hill, near Stafford

Acton Hill was part of the Earl of Lichfield's estate and was occupied by the Earl's Agent during the 19th century. This photograph is from an album of local views taken by Edward King Tenison (1805-1878), ...

Acton Mill Farm, Acton Trussell,

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 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 ...

Aerial view Stongford Farm, Tittensor

Agricultural sale at Houndhill Farm, Marchington

A Bagshaws Sale taking place in the farmyard at Houndhill Farm, Marchington. The auctioneer is standing on the podium near the top left corner. Two cattle are in the pen. The sale took place after the ...

All Saints' Church, Forton,

The earliest stonework in All Saints' church dates from c.1200, and can found in the east wall of the chancel and part of the north wall; above the vestry door can be seen an original lancet window. ...

Auction of cattle, Hamstall Hall

A cattle sale taking place at Hamstall Hall, Hamstall Ridware, near Rugleley. Photographer: Gerald McCann (1897-1970) of Uttoxeter.

Audley Old Hall

Audley Old Hall dated from the 15th century and was the seat of the Vernon family and therefore possibly the old manor house for Audley. This fine timber-framed was demolished in 1932, having fallen ...

Audley's Cross Farm, Bloreheath

A Georgian building. One of the fields belonging to the farm contains Lord Audley's cross erected to commemorate the Battle of Blore Heath of 1459.

Backfold Farm, Foundry Square, Burslem

A rectangular, two storey farmhouse with projections at front and rear. The plain tiled roof has three blue brick stacks and caps with two pots per stack. Constructed in dressed stone and common brick ...

Baling hay at Old Greenway Hall, Stoke-on-Trent

Farmer with a young workforce outside Greenway Hall farm. A Massey Ferguson 35 tractor with a Massey Ferguson 703 square baler is baling hay. The farm buildings have been rearranged.

Bank Farm, Checkley

View of Bank Farm from the south-east.

Bank House Farm, Hanford

The photograph shows the house and buildings of Bank House Farm, part of The Sutherland Estate. The farm was at the southern end of Bankhouse Road in Hanford. Anthony Rawlins born 1873 bought the farm ...

Bank House, Calton

To the right can be seen the three-storied Bank House, built around 1759. This postcard view also shows Town Head Farm. Copy of original image produced by Tony Blore for 'Calton is my Dwelling Place' ...

Barn and Yard, Seighford Hall,

Seighford Hall is an Elizabethan house to which additions were made over the years. The hall is now a private residence. Behind the barn can just be seen the building known as the Dovecote. This ...