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Abbey Brewery, Burton-on-Trent

View of the brewery owned by Messrs Charrington & Co., and situated close to the Abbey grounds.

Aerial view of Burton-on-Trent

View of High Street and the surrounding area. Both rail transport links and brewery sites can be clearly seen.

Aerial view of Walsitch Maltings, Burton-on-Trent

Albion Brewery, from Shobnall Road, Burton-on-Trent

The brewery was built in 1875 by Mann Crossman and Paulin, and was used by them until 1896. In 1902 the brewery was sold to J. Marston, Thompson & Co. Ltd., before it was voluntarily liquidated in March ...

Ale Stores, Joule's Brewery, Stone

The ale stores on Newcastle Street were the beer matured prior to delivery. The whole area was temperature controlled. Francis Joule came into possession of the White House Inn and brewhouse at Stone ...

Allsopp's Cooperage, Burton-on-Trent.

The cooperage buildings and yard crowded with casks. On the line to the right stands Allsopp's Steam Loco No.5. The loco was built in 1876 and was cabless.

Barley wagon, Guild Street, Burton-on-Trent

This Bass barley wagon is being pulled along Guild Street by two shire horses. The Maltings and the Barley stores are clearly recognisable in the picture.

Barrel Store at Joule's Brewery Cooperage Yard, Stone

Casks at the cooperage yard, Newcastle Street, Stone, now the Crown and Anchor car park. Francis Joule came into possession of the White House Inn and brewhouse at Stone in 1758. Nine years later he ...

Bass & Co. offices Coronation decorations, Burton upon Trent

Lantern slide view of Bass & Co. offices on High Street decorated with illuminations for the Coronation of King George V. Copyright: Burton Library

Bass & Co. offices, Coronation decorations, Burton upon Trent, Burton On Trent

Lantern slide view of entrance to Bass & Co. offices on High Street decorated with illuminations for the Coronation of King George V. Copyright: Burton Library

Bass & Co.'s Brewery, Burton-on-Trent.

View down the Middle Yard towards the Guild Street end with casks being brought out of the washing sheds.

Bass & Co.'s offices, Burton upon Trent

A tinted lantern slide view of Bass & Co.'s old offices on High Street decorated for King Edward VII's visit to Burton upon Trent. Copyright: Burton Library.

Bass & Co.'s Old Offices, High Street, Burton-on-Trent

Bass articulated lorries, Middle Brewery, Burton-on-Trent

Bass articulated lorries loading with palletised cask beer from the re-built Middle Brewery ale stores.

Bass Brewery Distribution Depot, Stone,

Following the closure of Joule's Brewery by Bass, the retail distribution operation was transferred to a purpose built development on Stafford Road, next to Brooms Hotel (now the Stonehouse). The depot ...

Bass Brewery, Burton upon Trent

A general view of Bass & Co's brewery, loomking northwards and taken from the tower of St. Modwen's Church. The water tower still stands, but little else does. the buildings in front of the water tower ...

Bass buildings decorated for George V's Coronation, High Street, Burton-on-Trent

The decorations on the properties include the Town House arch over the alley between the Town House and Bass Offices.

Bass Coppersmiths' Shop, Bass Brewery, Burton-on-Trent

Bass Coppersmiths at work. First on the left is Dick Smith filing tail pipes, second left (seated), Stan Roberts, who later became the foreman, the man behind Stan is unknown. Third from left, "Twist" ...