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Mill Street, Cannock

Mill Street, Cannock looking north.

Canteen staff, Drake Hall, near Eccleshall

Canteen staff at Drake Hall during World War II. On the right is Veronica 'Ronnie' Martin from Edinburgh who started work at Drake Hall aged 18. As well as the canteen at Drake Hall, she also worked ...

All Saints' Church, Milwich

A postcard view of All Saints' Church, Milwich. The first record of a church on this site is dated around 1140. The tower of the present building dates from the late fifteenth century, although the remainder ...

Hilderstone Church

A postcard view of Christ Church in Hilderstone which was built in 1827-9 to designs by Thomas Trubshaw of Little Haywood. This postcard was published by T. G. Adie & Co’s., (Stone) Series.

Local Defence Volunteer Card, Rawnsley, Hednesford

This card was issued to Geoffrey Bennett of Rawnsley Road, Rawnsley, Hednesford who was a member of Stafford Area Local Volunteer Defence Corps, Cannock Group, during World War II. He was a colliery ...

Working Men's Club Associate Membership Card, Hednesford

Membership card for Benjamin Price of Mcghie Street, Hednesford. At this time he was a 22 year old single coal miner living at home. He was to make use of the facilities for many years to come.

Waterhouses Signal Box at Amerton Railway

This signal box was originally sited on the Leek and Manifold Valley Light Railway and North Staffordshire Railway at Waterhouses Station. It controlled both the narrow gauge and standard gauge lines ...

Chartley Station shelter at Amerton Railway

Chartley Station opened in 1867, and closed in 1939. Originally built in the 1880s, this shelter is the only surviving building from the station. During 2001 it was re-erected and restored a few miles ...

Railway Engine 'Isabel' at Amerton Railway

This engine is the narrow gauge locomotive 'Isabel', built by W.G. Bagnall Ltd. of Stafford in 1897 for the Cliffe Hill Granite Company. She returned to Stafford in 1952 and was displayed in Victoria ...

Church and School, Hilderstone

A postcard view of a quiet scene in Hilderstone. On the left is the school which was built as a National School for 180 pupils in 1819. Its construction was funded by Ralph Bourne of Hilderstone Hall. ...

The Laurels, Mill Street, Cannock

Mill Farm, Lichfield Road, Cannock

Mill Farm at Mill Green on Lichfield Road, Cannock. The farm house and building to the right still stand. The pub by the same name stands to the left of this image.

The Green and garden, Cannock

The Green, also known as The White House or The Council House. It is thought to date from the early 1730s. Until 1735 it was occupied by Sir Robert Fisher, and was the first house in Cannock to have its ...

Market Place, Cannock

A view of Market Place, Cannock looking towards High Green. The Crown Hotel, demolished in 1962, is to the right.

Mill Street, Cannock

The entrance gate of one of the thatched cottages in Mill Street, demolished in 1933.

Mill Street, Cannock

Thatched cottages in Mill Street, Cannock, demolished in 1933.

Mill Street, Cannock

A Georgian town house at 10, Mill Street, Cannock. The house still stands but the brickwork has been rendered and in 2012 was occupied by Chase Chiropody. 'A Little Bit of Blighty' wedding and event ...

Cottages in Mill Street, Cannock

Numbers 74 and 76 Mill Street, Cannock. These cottages were demolished in 1933.