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A general view of Rugeley

This image was almost certainly taken from the north elevation of 15 Ashleigh Rd Pear Tree Estate. When the Photograph was taken, it would have been fields and farmland. The White gates on the extreme ...

Aerial view of Tamworth Railway Station

An aerial view of Tamworth Railway Station showing the railway junction of the high and low levels of track. The high level line was the Birmingham to Derby (later the Midland) railway, opened in 1839, ...

Armitage Railway Station

The two guards look in the direction of the photographer while a steam train is arriving at Armitage Station. Also on the platform on the right are a large quantity of milk churns. This image is taken ...

Army volunteer recruits, Stafford

Army volunteer recruits pictured outside the London and North Western Railway Parcels Receiving Office in Stafford in about 1914.

Colwich Station

Colwich Station was built in 1847 to designs by John Livock and was the most southerly station on the North Staffordshire Railway. It was jointly owned and managed by the N.S.R. and London and North ...

Colwich Station

The entrance yard at Colwich station, with Main Road in the foreground. Colwich Station was built in 1847 to designs by John Livock and was the most southerly station on the North Staffordshire Railway. ...

Construction workers, Brocton Camp, Cannock Chase

Local railway stock from West Cannock Colliery was requisitioned to haul the raw materials to build the Camps. This image shows London and North Western Railway rolling stock and may well be in the very ...

Courtship, Milford, Brocton Camp

The postcard infers that the troops are fraternizing with the locals or maybe their loved ones came to visit and stay in rooms close to the Camp. It is known that many people let rooms out to visiting ...

Express at Whitmore troughs

A Birmingham to Manchester express train takes on water at Whitmore troughs in Spring 1933. Many steam engines' tenders were fitted with scoops, allowing them to replenish their water supplies from ...

Fancy Dress group at Colwich Station

Fancy dress group in the entrance yard at Colwich Station, 1918.The entrance yard at Colwich station, with Main Road in the foreground. Handwritten on the reverse of this postcard: "Mrs Joe Harrison ...

Goods wagon

Photograph taken in an unknown location, possibly Stafford, is from the Bertam Sinkinson collection. The wagons and carriages do not appear to be on the railway tracks. One goods waggon is loaded with ...

Group, Railway Station, Stafford

Photograph from the Bertam Sinkinson collection. This photograph shows a group of people, some of whom are railway staff. Several people are holding Union Jack flags. This glass plate was probably ...

Hednesford Railway Station

This early photograph of Hednesford railway station must date between its opening in 1850 and the building of the road bridge in 1876 and the subsequent destruction by fire of these station buildings ...

Irish Mail train, Cheshire.

This may be the Irish Mail train locomotive on the London and North Western Railway, pictured at an unknown location in Cheshire. The tender does not have coal rails fitted: the London and North Western ...

L N W R Coal Wagon

Photograph taken in an unknown location, possibly Stafford, is from the Bertam Sinkinson collection. The wagon has run into the railway buffers. There is a sign for the 'Midland Railway Carriage and ...

L N W R Locomotive, Queensville, Stafford

The locomotive is a 910 class 5'6' tank introduced by the LNWR in November 1891. Locomotive 1148 was built at Crewe in April 1894, pulling two L.N.W.R. coaches specially converted to carry newspapers. ...

Lichfield City Railway Station

There are two railway stations in Lichfield and this postcard view shows Lichfield City Station on Station Road in the city centre. There is British Rail signage on the centre building and the picture ...

Locomotive at Doxey, Stafford

A snowy scene taken near to the Universal Grinding Wheel factory at Doxey, Stafford, looking south towards Stafford Station. The train on the left is a northbound express hauled by Stanier 4-6-2 Coronation ...

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