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Staffordshire Yeomanry at Tixall Hall

In this postcard view the soldiers are grouped together outside Tixall Hall. The Aston family from Haywood acquired the Tixall estate through marriage; the hall was rebuilt in 1555. In 1580 Sir Walter ...

Staffordshire Yeomanry at Tixall Hall

In this postcard view the soldiers are grouped together outside the Stables at Tixall Hall. The Aston family from Haywood acquired the Tixall estate through marriage; the hall was rebuilt in 1555. ...

Milford, near Stafford

A postcard view looking east towards the Green in Milford. At the time this photograph was taken the thatched cottage on the right was a shop.

Eccleshall Castle,

A postcard view of the last surviving tower of Eccleshall Castle, on the north-east corner. On the left is a glimpse of the Manor House. Archaeological surveys have found evidence of two other towers, ...

Rodbaston College Reunion, Gailey

Group photograph of seven former students and staffof Rodbaston College, taken at the Spread Eagle, Gailey. Back row (left to right): Brian Sneyd, George Mycock, David Boden. Front row: Phillip Hodgekiss, ...

Nailers Row, Giggety Lane, Wombourne

This postcard view is captioned 'Giggety Road, Wombourne'. The terrace of 19th century houses on the right hand side is Nailers Row and stands on the eastern end of Giggety Lane, close to the junction ...

Main Road, Brereton

Postcard view of Main Road, Brereton showing the Talbot Inn and Talbot Terrace on the right. Published by G. and M. Lewis, newsagents and stationers, Brereton and Longdon.

Main Road, Brereton

A postcard view of Main Road, Brereton showing the Castle Inn on the left. The backboard of the cart standing in the road reads 'D. Lockett & Sons Mineral Waters, Cannock & Stafford.' On the right is ...

Wombourne Carnival

View of marquees, parked cars and people at Wombourne Carnival, held in fields next to the A449 Stourbridge Road dual carriageway.

High Street, Wombourne

High Street, Wombourne showing Walker's grocers, Post Office and tea room. These buildings are now (2019) occupied by, from right to left: Wombourne Tandoori Restaurant, Co-op supermarket, Stephenson's ...

Giggety, Wombourne

Giggety, Wombourne, showing the ford on Giggety Lane. The ford still exists but this part of Wombourne now has a much more suburban feel compared to the rural scene pictured here.

Students and staff, Rodbaston Farm Institute

Group photograph of students and staff of Rodbaston Farm Institute, 1959-60. Back row (left to right): J.A. Birch, W.E.F. Meakin, R.M. Hocknell, N. Foxley, M.H. Tomkinson, A. Lawton, D.E.R. Ashton, ...

Group of students, Rodbaston Farm Institute

Group E students of Rodbaston Farm Institute, 1959-60. Standing (left to right): Philip S. Hodgkiss, John D. Spencer, Streve Greenway. Seated: David T. Boden, Brian Sneyd, George Mycock. Rodbaston ...

Reunion Photograph, Bradford Arms, Weaton Aston

Reunion of Rodbaston Farm Institute Students 1959-1960. The event was organised by Malcolm Watson of Tutbury (standing front, far left). Three former lecturers are standing front, far right: Yade Meadows, ...

Constance Mary Meakin and James Frank Meakin, Stone

A studio portrait of James Frank Meakin and Constance Mary Meakin, children of Major James Lionel Meakin and Constance Evelyn Meakin. At the time of this photograph the family lived at the Laurels on ...

The Fish Pond, Barton-under-Needwood

The Fish Pond is a public amenity for the village of Barton-under-Needwood and is off Efflinch Lane and Gilmour Lane.

Barton Lodge, Barton-under-Needwood

Barton Lodge has been demolished and the site is now occupied by the cul-de-sac of the same name. Photographer: Ernest Abrahams of Burton-upon-Trent.

Station Road, Barton-under-Needwood

Looking east along Barton-under-Needwood's Main Street. In the distance can be seen the Three Horseshoes public house which stands on the corner of Efflinch Lane.